Are there water snakes in Thailand?

Sea snakes prefer shallower areas around coasts and islands. Thailand’s local divers in Phuket and Krabi, Phi Phi, Phang Nga, Koh Samui, Koh Tao, Koh Phangnan, and other dive spots, see snakes in the water often. Sometimes sea-snakes are found living in the water near mangrove roots.

Are there snakes everywhere in Thailand?

Snakes exist all over Thailand. You probably won’t see one on your trip, but you might. I think you’re probably actually more likely to see a snake in a town or village in Thailand than in the jungle, since they’re more conspicuous on roads than they are in the middle of the jungle. Snakes don’t like people.

Is it common to see snakes in Thailand?

With some 230 different species of snake recorded in Thailand, it’s fair to say that snakes are a fairly common occurrence. For the uninitiated, it can often be a shock to cross paths with snakes so frequently.

What is the most dangerous snake in Thailand?

Malayan Pit Vipers (Calloselasma rhodostoma)

One of Thailand’s most deadly pit vipers – Malayan Pit Viper. Deadly necrotoxic venom. These snakes have the distinction of killing the most people across Thailand of any other snake.

Are there anacondas in Thailand?

There are no anacondas in the country of Thailand.

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