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Thailand Snakes Facebook Page – Join Us Over There

Thailand Snakes forum over at Facebook

Thailand Snakes forum over at Facebook

We have a Thailand Snakes Facebook page now. We created the page to make it easier for people to join and post photos and videos, articles that related to Thailand snakes. We have 128 members, but a lot of people in the old Thailand Snakes Forum – are not over there yet.

Here is the URL: http://www.facebook.com/ThailandSnakes

Here is the link: Thailand Snakes Page at Facebook

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Oriental Whip Snake in Yellow, Grey, and Green – Ahaetulla prasina

Not dangerous - just beautiful.

These are some really awesome looking snakes. Usually they come in brown (tan) and green color variations, but Rob Green, who has copyright to the images below – took these photos of a yellow one and a grey one. Quite cool. Rob was on Koh Kood (kut) near Koh Chang in the northeastern Gulf of Thailand when he found these snakes. The yellow images were taken with a Canon 7D. The grey whip snake – with his iphone. Thanks Rob!

After you see these photos – you can see more at the Ahaetulla prasina Fact Sheet (click). There are photos and videos of me catching them in the Thailand forest.

Probably the coolest looking of all snakes...

Grey Ahaetulla prasina:

Green Ahaetulla prasina (copyright Apornpradab Buasi):

Green Oriental Whip Snake piggy-backing on a Sunbeam snake.

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Thailand Snake Photos – A Collection

I put some of my Thailand snake photos up at a gallery page here on the site, check them out if you want to browse photos of snakes.

Click ->> Thailand Snake Photos

Cheers,

Vern

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Thailand Snake Photos – Twin Barred Tree Snake

Chrysopelea Pelias – Twin-Barred Tree Snake

This is a rarely seen tree snake in Thailand that is quite beautiful.

Franz Schmidberger sent this snake photo to me – THANKS Franz!

Twin Barred Tree Snake - Chrysolopea pelias - rare Thailand snake.

Twin-Barred Tree Snake

These snakes are just like the golden tree snake and paradise tree snake but with a different coloring better for blending in with the dirt and leaves, as you see in the photo.

If you have any photos to share of Thailand snakes you’ve seen – send ‘em!

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Thailand Snake Photos – Copperheaded Racer Rat Snake

Coelognathus radiatus. Copperheaded Racer / Radiated Rat Snake

This one was sent to me from Ron Green in Bangkok, Thailand. He caught a rat snake up in a tree. I guess you can find them almost anywhere. They are definitely one of the most common Thailand snakes you could see if you visit here.

Copperheaded Racer - a Rat Snake in a Bangkok Thailand Tree

Beautiful Copperheaded Racer - about 2 meters Ron said.

Here is a fact page about Coelognathus radiatus.

Send your Thailand Snake Photos in, and we’ll publis them here.

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Welcome to Thailand Snakes…

Thailand has 200+ snake species with over 60 of them - venomous. I created this site as a way to educate Thais and visitors to Thailand about snakes. Many people kill the snakes they see in Thailand, while in many cases - they are non-venomous and completely harmless. With this site I hope to give people a better idea what is harmful and what isn't.

Browse the many snake photos and videos here so you can identify snakes you see on your porch, in your bed, or underfoot.

If you have been bitten by a snake - go to a hospital FIRST. Don't waste time looking it up on the internet. With some snakes you need to have medical help as fast as possible. With others you have some time. I know a Thai man whose brother died in less than 10 minutes from a snake bite.

There are venomous (some say 'poisonous' erroneously) snakes everywhere in Thailand. Friends have had cobras in their kitchen, and others had kraits in the garage. Vipers love bushes and trees near water and walkways.

Bookmark this site so you can quickly identify snakes you have seen. Notice the variety of venomous and non-venomous snakes in Thailand - and realize that they come in all sizes, shapes, colors, and patterns.

Email - info@thailandsnakes.com

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