Find out here – our latest research with a juvenile King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) reveals the size difference between a very thin needle and a neonate King Cobra’s fang. Find Out HERE.
We just opened up an internship for people wanting to learn more about snakes and other reptiles found here in Southern Thailand. We’re calling it the Snake Internship. It’s basically a self-guided field trip reptile internship with support from local experts. Open to anyone over 18 years of age with an interest in snakes or … Read more
This is a snake found in deep southern Thailand that I’ve not written anything about, but some conversation last night reminded me to put something about online as a warning to others that might encounter or even keep this snake in captivity. The Blue-Necked Keelback, Macropisthodon rhodomelas is a small colubrid snake that looks innocuous … Read more
I just completed an Info Graphic about Thailand Snakes that you might find interesting. It’s located here: Thailand Snakes Info Graphic (Data collected from June, 2011 to November, 2014)