thailand non-venomous snake

Green Cat Snake – Mildly Venomous and Not Dangerous

Green cat snake resting. Thailand.

Green Cat-eyed Snake – Boiga cyanea Length: Up to 186 cm (1.86 meters) Description: This is a long, slender green snake (งูเขียว) with a vertically compressed body (shallow vertebral ridge). It is overall green, with a blue tint to it. The eyes are large with vertical pupils. The chin and throat are blue-white. The inside of the mouth is black. Young snakes of this species are brown / red hued with a green head. [Top image ©...

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Red Tailed Pipe Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

Page Updated: 5 September 2016 The red-tailed pipe snake is a beautiful snake, though at first glance you might wonder if it is a snake at all! It has a very flat appearance for the tail region, and very black on the top. The head is so small you might think it’s a large fat worm. The eyes are very small. This snake spends a lot of time in the dirt looking for grubs, maggots, and very...

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Ptyas Carinatus – Keeled Rat Snake

These are great snakes. They get big. This one is 2.75m. This is another one that hasn’t calmed down since being caught. They are rat snakes, so that’s what they prefer. Unfortunately we don’t see many rats around this area so I couldn’t catch one to feed it to him if I wanted to. If I find a pet store I’ll buy a couple rats and see if he’s hungry. Unfortunately these snakes die quickly after being...

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