Are there poisonous snakes in Malaysia?

Yes. There are three types of venomous snakes in Malaysia: the cobra, the pit viper and the sea snake. There are plenty of other venomous snakes in the world, especially in Australia. But only these three are venomous in Malaysia.

Where do snakes live in Malaysia?

Snakes are a real threat to people living in Malaysia and below are some of the common snakes found here.

There are certain places where snakes may like to hide on your property:

  • Secluded open land, field or bush area.
  • Garden with ponds, wood, rock or rubble piling around.
  • Garden with un-trimmed long grass.

What country does not have poisonous snakes?

An unlikely tale, perhaps—yet Ireland is unusual for its absence of native snakes. It’s one of only a handful of places worldwide—including New Zealand, Iceland, Greenland, and Antarctica—where Indiana Jones and other snake-averse humans can visit without fear.

Does Malaysia have Cobras?

There are three types of venomous snakes in Malaysia: the cobra, the pit viper and the sea snake. There are plenty of other venomous snakes in the world, especially in Australia. But only these three are venomous in Malaysia.

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