dangerous snakes

Is that Snake in Your House Dangerous? (PDF, EBook)

Is that snake in your house dangerous book to help people identify dangerous southeast asia snakes.

IDENTIFY DEADLY THAILAND SNAKES IN UNDER 5 MINUTES If you are a homeowner, renter, or frequent visitor to Thailand – you will love having this book available WHEN YOU NEED IT. Includes EVERYTHING You Need: 113 Full-Color Pages on PDF Phone – Tablet – Computer Ready 35 Deadly Thailand Snakes Fact-sheets Essential First-Aid Info for first 10-minutes after bite Specific Antivenom Type and Locations Snakebite Wrapping Instructions Very affordable today… Sample Pages: Don’t get bitten first and then...

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King Cobra – Largest Venomous Snake in World

King Cobra - Worst Snake to be Bitten By in Thailand. Death can occur in 10 minutes.

KING COBRA (Ophiophagus hannah – Thailand King Cobra) In Greek, ‘snake eater.’ Sometimes called ‘Hamadryad.’ Discovered and described by Danish naturalist, Theodore Edward Cantor in 1836. The species name, hannah reflects the snake’s arboreal habits, from Greek mythology it refers to tree dwelling nymphs of the same name. IDENTIFICATION Ophiophagus hannah occupies its own genus, Ophiophagus. This is different from other cobras in the Naja genus which have multiple species within the genus. There has been talk...

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Malayan Krait – Blue Krait | Bungarus candidus | Highly Toxic Venom

Note – About 50% of all bites from this krait results in human death – even with the administration of antivenin (antivenom). Death is the usual result if no treatment is given. The closely related Bungarus multicinctus is ranked 3rd in the world for the toxicity of venom based on some LD-50 data (terrestrial snakes). Do be careful. [Last updated: 24 February 2020] Bungarus candidus (Malayan Krait or Blue Krait) Thais say: Ngoo tap saming kla, or...

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