Thailand Snakes Poll – Whose Tail is This?

Whose tail is this?

Leave your answers in the comments section – answer – whose tail is this?

The first one to get it correct will get use of my “The Snake Charmer” – ebook on Kindle whenever Kindle enables borrowing other people’s ebooks. Michael Cota cannot win because I sent him this image already.

About Vern Lovic

All posts by Vern Lovic. Amateur herpetologist roaming about Thailand on field herping trips to find cobras, kraits, coral snakes, and other snakes native to Thailand. Thailand has over 200 snake species with many of them venomous.

6 thoughts on “Thailand Snakes Poll – Whose Tail is This?”

    1. Well, that didn’t take long!! You’re supposed to say, “Bungarus candidus” or Laotian Wolf Snake or something! You’re good!

      Do you have a Kindle? If yes, I’ll lend you my “The Snake Charmer” Book – the one about famous herpetologist Joe Slowinski. Just let me know.

  1. Hello, thank you for lending opportunity of “The snake charmer”. It would be really great and I would appreciate to read it. I am a kind of hobby thaland snake fan and study your great homepage alot. I love it. By the way I saw the tail and I thought about bungarus fasciatus maybe a varity more ocker yellow but bungarus has a “linear” triangle shape and is so great glossy on the skins surface… Then I detect the small thorns in the top and I thougt it is a leguan. Funny…
    Have a nice day. P.S.:When do think a report of the daboia russelli siamensis could be lunched. A really deadly beautiful….

    Greatings from Frankfurt Germany

    1. Yes, the scales on the iguana were a giveaway. I kept trying to crop the picture to be harder to guess but I think you are too good. The daboia russelli siamensis is not native to where I am in Southern Thailand – but I have a page I’m editing for it now. Will have to find a photo to use for it too. I have about 45 pages in “draft mode” right now. Do you have an image of that viper?

    1. Damn me. That’s what I get for listening to the snake guys… I must have had 6 people tell me “Iguana”. Thanks for the heads-up. “Chinese Water Dragon” for the non-biologists.

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