Thailand water snakes are close to or living in the water. You won’t likely see the Jagor’s water snake anywhere near your house or out in a Thailand park unless there is water there.
Enhydris jagori (Jagor’s Water Snake)
[Page Updated: 28 November 2019]
Thais say: (ngoo sy rung ly kwang)
Length: usually less than .5 meters (50cm, 19 inches)
Range: All over Thailand
Habitat: I have seen these Jagor’s water snakes in small pools of water at a city dump as well as a mountain stream. They are very dark and difficult to see.
Active Time? Night and daylight hours.
Food: Fish and frogs.
Venom Toxicity: There are no known cases of death from this snake. Probably the venom is not very strong for humans.
Offspring: Nothing known.
Notes: The liklihood of you seeing the Jagori’s Water Snake in Thailand whether you live or visit here, is very small.
Jagor’s Water Snake Scientific Classification
Species: Enhydris jagori
Classified by Schneider in year 1801
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