Venomous Thailand Snakes Info
These are the venomous cobras, kraits, coral snakes, vipers, and keelbacks which are dangerous to human beings, and that you should exercise extreme caution around. Snakes generally do not attack unless provoked – teased; stepped on; etc. Keep a couple meters away and you should be fine.
Venomous Thailand Snakes Category >
- Blue-necked Keelback
- Green Keelback
- Orange-lipped Keelback
- Red-necked Keelback
- Speckle-bellied Keelback
- Yellow-banded Cat-eyed Snake (Mangrove Cat Snake)
- Beautiful Pit Viper (Brown-spotted)
- Indo-Malayan Mountain Pit Viper
- Malayan Pit Viper
- Mangrove Pit Viper
- Phuket Pit Viper
- Wagler’s Pit Viper
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