Venomous

Oriental Whip Snake – Mildly Venomous and Not Dangerous

The oriental whip snake is a very common rear-fanged venomous snake found here in Thailand’s rain forests. You can find these snakes in the trees during the day, I have even seen them crossing my path twice on trips up a small local mountain in southern Thailand. The beauty of these snakes is legendary. There are green, yellow, or grey phases of this snake, all of which are spellbindingly beautiful. The juvenile whip snakes are often brown...

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Common Thailand Venomous Snakes – Photos, Videos, Links

Category - Thailand Common Venomous Snakes Section

Did you get our FREE PDF file yet?PHOTOS OF COMMON THAILAND SNAKES!It’s HERE> 83 pages many snakes featured: Cobras, Kraits, Pit Vipers, Corals, Rat Snakes, etc. facts and photos! Thailand’s 3 Very Common Venomous Snakes  (Last Updated: 8 May 2017)   Thailand has approximately 60 snake species that are considered venomous and potentially dangerous to human beings. Thirty of them are on land, and deadly. Below are photos, videos, and links to more information on some of...

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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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