Golden Tree Snake – Mildly Venomous

The fastest tree snake in Asia or potentially anywhere in the world is the golden tree snake - C. ornata.

These Golden Tree Snakes are also known as Flying Snakes or Gliding Snakes. They glide very well, perhaps the best of any snake in the world, and even better than some squirrels and lizards. Golden Tree Snakes are lime green (งูเขียว) and black checkered type patterned snake. They are tree dwellers but can climb anything, … Read more

Snakes in Thailand Non-Venomous Snakes 1 – Photos, Videos, Links

Common Thailand non-venomous snakes category.

Did you get our FREE PDF file yet?PHOTOS OF COMMON THAILAND SNAKES!It’s HERE> Very Common Non-Venomous Snakes in Thailand [Last updated: 2 June 2022] Thailand has around 185 snake species considered non-venomous, or mildly venomous and not a threat to human beings. Though these snakes are not known to be dangerous to humans, that doesn’t … Read more

Red Headed Krait – Bungarus flaviceps – Deadly

Bungarus flaviceps, the red-headed krait is a beautiful and very deadly snake from Southern Thailand.

[Last update: 22 October 2022] Red Headed Krait – Venomous Snake Thais say: Ngoo sam lee-um hoo-uh si dang Length: These kraits grow to about 2 meters long, though most adults found are shorter. Appearance: Somewhat pronounced vertebral ridge, which differentiates from the Malayan Blue Coral Snake (Calliophis bivurgata). Body is black or dark grey, … Read more

60+ Snake Species I’ve Found Or Caught in Thailand

Green keelback snake (Rhabdophis nigrocinctus), a potentially dangerous snake.

I thought I’d write up a list of Thailand snakes I’ve caught – just to try to keep track. Here’s a list of both venomous and non-venomous snakes I’ve caught (through 4/2017). Thailand Snakes I’ve Found: NEW SPECIES! I found a new Oligodon species that has not been named. NEW SPECIES! I found another snake … Read more