Thailand Snakes Gallery #2
Second page of Thailand Snake gallery images.
Vern with red-headed krait – deadly and rare.
You’d have to be a little nuts to get this close to a king cobra.
Catching monocled cobras in my friend’s house (a video on Youtube).
Find the snake and guess the species (Ahaetulla prasina).
Another find the snake and guess which species pic. (Boiga dendrophila)
Elliot from the UK with a wolf snake while herping Krabi Thailand with us for a couple of nights.
King cobra under the kitchen counter… who you going to call?
New snake, not named.
Catching monocled cobras with a bent up hanger.
Same guy kissing a monocled cobra on the head. Olay from Burma.
With a juvenile king cobra – Luke Yeomans.
Showing some tourists the most deadly snake in Thailand, the Malayan Krait.
Rupert handling our huge red-headed krait.
Tail of red-headed krait (Bungarus flaviceps)
Full body shot – red-headed krait found in deep Trang rainforest.
Black body, reddish orange head and purple tongue. Wish I had my better camera for this!
Caterpillar seen at night – venomous?
Love these geckos found in Krabi.
Some awesome lizards in Krabi, Thailand too.
Calotes emma – mountain lizard, in Krabi, Thailand.
Yellow phase Ahaetulla prasina – Oriental Whip snake.
Bat catching snake – catches them out of the air. Elaphe ridleyi I think is the classification.
Monocled cobras are deadly even as juveniles.
Malayan Pit Viper – deadly and very common on the ground at night. Use a torch (flashlight)!
Blood python dropping eggs.
Green phase – Oriental Whip Snake. Like aliens!
Yellow phase Oriental Whip Snake.
Scorpion found while hunting snakes.
Yet another green Oriental whip snake.
Chrysopelea paradisi – the Paradise Tree Snake, a lovely patterned snake found in Krabi, Thailand.