Thailand venomous

Banded Krait – Venomous – Deadly

A large Bungarus fasciatus (banded krait) from Southeast Asia.

These are yellow and black kraits here in Thailand. In some other part of the world (Borneo) they are black and white. There are also “Blue Kraits“ aka “Malayan Kraits” which are black and white. And the really incredible looking Red-headed Krait which looks nothing like either of them. [Last updated: 19 Oct 2021] Bungarus Fasciatus (Banded Krait) Thais say: (ngoo sam lee-um, or ngoo kan plong) This is a bit confused in Thailand where in southern...

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Red Necked Keelback – Venomous – Dangerous

Red necked keelback (Rhabdophis subminiatus) is now classified as a deadly venomous snake.

(Page Updated: 1 May 2019) Rhabdophis subminiatus (Red-Necked Keelback Snake) Thai: (ngoo lay sab ko dang) Length: Up to 100 cm (1 meters). I’ve never seen one close to 1 meter in length. Range: Thailand and southeast Asia. Notes: These snakes are commonly found near water, lakes, ponds, and in gardens. Recently a friend had one in his swimming pool in Krabi town, southern Thailand. Active Time? Daylight hours. I’ve found them sleeping around 1 foot off...

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