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Thailand Snakes EBooks (One Free!)

AVAILABLE SNAKE BOOKS:

  1. Photos of Common Thailand Snakes (FREE) – Click here.
  2. Is That Snake In Your Home Dangerous? (Identify one of 35 venomous snakes and get immediate first aid instructions.) Coming very shortly – publishing within days.
  3. How To Keep Dangerous Snakes Out Of Your Yard! Estimated publishing date: 9 July 2016.

Get the new ebook FREE here in PDF format – works on all computers, smart phones, and tablet computers.C

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Just finished! 60 Different Venomous and Non-venomous Snakes Pictured in Color.

This is the first free snake guide for Thailand’s common venomous and non-venomous snakes.

Preview of inside the book:

Red-tailed Racer Snake Page in Book

CLICK HEREΒ to GET YOURS FREE.

15 thoughts on “Thailand Snakes EBooks (One Free!)

  • at 5:50 pm
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    I’m in Thailand and am obsessed with snakes!

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  • at 6:32 pm
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    Interesting, looking forward to receiving it.

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  • at 5:21 am
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    I live in Khon Kaen and I have a 3yr.old son who likes to play in the yard .I Need to know what snakes are venomous or not.People around here want to kill them all.I like snakes They keep rats away! Thank YOU Jack

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    • at 10:06 pm
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      Hi Jack,

      The free ebook I have lists some of the most common venomous Thailand snakes, but I’m putting out a new book very soon which lists them ALL. It will be less than $10, and has some really nice photos of snakes donated by some of the top herpetologists, and photographers in the field. Please check back here in a week or so. Cheers! Vern

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  • at 8:06 pm
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    thank you, great reading, live in Hua hin 15 months, only seen 3 snakes πŸ™„, would love to see
    more, I’ll keep my eyes open. πŸ‘

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    • at 8:02 am
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      Yeah, they are around, but for the most part difficult to see. Go out at night with a flashlight around 10 pm. and see what you find. Be careful of the Malayan Pit Vipers… Cheers!

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