Links to Other Snake Sites

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Email address for ThailandSnakes.com

Here are some helpful snake resources:

Tom Charlton –  EcoAnimalEncounters.co.uk. Tom is a snake enthusiast that is licensed to handle and sell venomous snakes out of the UK. Tom has a number of exotic snakes from Asia – and is often found traipsing around Southeast Asia on herping expeditions to find more snakes. I met him in Thailand during a couple of his trips.

Al Coritz – www.youtube.com/user/viperkeeper and – DeadlyBeautiful.com – Al is a long-time venomous snake handler and his collection of videos of feeding, handling, cleaning cages, and just admiring the amazing snake collection he has amassed over the years is quite worth a visit to YouTube to see. Al buys and sells snakes, and is based in Pennsylvania, USA.

Frank Leinz Design – Frank is an excellent photographer who started his own graphics design business. Check out some of his snake shots including some from his Thailand trips.

Gondwana Reptile Productions by Rob Valentic – View outstanding photographs of Australian reptiles & frogs by Rob Valentic. Buy framed prints of reptiles, frogs and their habitats, and download Rob’s herpetological articles.

Herp Trips – The herping adventures of Eitan and Ron Grunwald and friends.

Sakaerat Conservation Center – about 300 km northeast of Bangkok. A research center which often accepts volunteers to help with their snake tracking research: cobras, kraits, and some other green viper research as well.

Venom Street – www.venomstreet.com is based in Florida in the USA. They collect and breed Asian cobras, and they are expanding to include kraits. Venom Street is a very successful breeder and is licensed for sales of venomous snakes in USA.

Venomous Reptiles (.org) – Care sheets, classifieds, located in USA.

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There are more people I know who are involved in venomous snake handling, research, and snake keeping, but I don’t have any more websites to link out to. If we’ve spoken before and you have a website – do let me know so we can work something out.

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