blue pit viper

blue pit viper


The 7 most dangerous types of poisonous snakes in Thailand  found at home, hurry up and call. notify immediately

          7 poisonous snakes in homes. How do you  know if a poisonous snake  has bitten her or not?

          During this rainy season in addition to beingware of thunder, lightning, storms and floods, another thing of equal concern is the  ”  snake  “  , a snake that likes to slip away from the water to enter  our house  , so today’s dot com box is not inactive. I would like to volunteer to collect different types of venomous snakes that are often found in homes to give to everyone. With a phone number to use to report when a snake enters the house or hides in  the garden
blue pit viper
blue pit viper

The difference between venomous snakes and non-venomous snakes

          The difference between poisonous snakes and non-venomous snakes, in addition to looking at each other from the outside, these two types of snakes also have different personality traits, that is, they generally fight against poisonous snakes. When you are angry or afraid, but if it is a non-venomous snake, it will be very fierce, especially during the mating season. And fight more people 
          However, the wounds inflicted by venomous snakes and non-venomous snakes are different. If a poisonous snake bites him, the snake’s venom penetrates the skin, mucous membranes, or eyes and damages various systems in the body, which can be divided into four groups: tissues, blood, nerves, and muscles. The bitten victim will have noticeable symptoms such as pain, swelling, redness in the bite area, nausea, vomiting, difficulty breathing , etc. It may also lead to shock, unconsciousness, or death. 

7 venomous snakes have been found in Thailand

1. Cobra
          Cobra (Siamese) is a snake that lives on the ground at night. It lives in termite mounds, rice fields, or areas with high humidity. The body is about 100-180 cm long, light to dark brown, pale yellow or black in color, and the head can spread the cap. By raising the head and neck there is a ring-shaped black and white pattern in the middle of the back of the neck called a star pattern.
2. King Cobra
          King Cobra (King Cobra) is a snake that usually lives in dense forests and near water sources. It can be found in every region of Thailand, with a body length of about 200-540 cm, and an average length of 400 cm. It is larger than the king cobra found in other regions, and is often greenish-brown or grey-green. The pattern is inconspicuous, the northern king cobra is usually dark to almost black. While the king cobra is from the center and northeast there are chevrons all over the body. When disturbed, the king cobra spreads its hood like a cobra. But the king cobra’s hood is narrower than that of the king cobra. In addition, the king cobra also has another feature. 1 pair of large occipital scales located on the head towards the back of the crown scales. 
blue pit viper
blue pit viper
3. Crete

          Banded Krait is a nocturnal snake. Late in the day they can be found in every region in Thailand but you like to live in lowlands, rice fields and mangrove forests mainly, the body length is about 100-180 cm, some may reach 200 cm, females are somewhat larger of males. The body is black and yellow in the form of segments, the color of the belly is lighter than the upper part, the tip of the tail is rounded and the spine is high. It is seen as a clear triangle.
4. Tab Samingkha snake

          The Samingka Jumping Snake (Malayan Crete) is a nocturnal snake. They are more slender and handsome than the Cretan. It usually lives on the ground near water sources and has high humidity. The body is about 100-150 cm long, quite round. There is no obvious back edge. The body is white and black in segments, with white scales, there may be some black. The belly area is white. The head is grayish black. Long, slender tail 
5. Snake Cat frowned

          The cat snake (Russell’s Viper) is a nocturnal snake. They usually live in soil holes, rock crevices, weeds, rice fields, and dry places, and they don’t like to plant trees. When attacking, he curls up in a circle and makes a menacing sound before pinching. But it attacks very quickly. The body length is about 90-150 cm. The color of the scales is light brown. There is a dark brown circular pattern. Black border with white trimming all over the body. The triangular head has a dark brown arrowhead-like pattern.
6. Rattlesnake

          The rattlesnake (Malayan pit viper) is a nocturnal snake. It likes to curl up in crevices of rocks, under piles of leaves, on rubber plantations, and in swampy areas of damp forests. The body length is about 50-80 cm, and some may reach 100 cm. Females are somewhat larger than males. The body color is reddish-brown or grayish-brown. There are dark brown triangles with white edges arranged in rows on either side of the body. The acute end of the triangle meets at the brown line along the spine. Dark brown head with light brown or white streak across tip of nose, upper eyelids, to upper jaw, pointed mouth, tip of nose slightly raised.
blue pit viper
blue pit viper
7. Yellow-throated green-tailed viper

          Viper (white pit viper) is a nocturnal looking snake on the ground. They usually live in trees or near water sources. They are often found in parks or near people’s homes. Females are larger than males. The average length of the male viper is 70 cm, while the length of the female is about 90 cm. The body is fat and large. The head is triangular in shape, both parts covered with small green scales, the skin smooth, and the body noticeably larger than the neck. The lips and chin are often yellow, white, or slightly lighter than the color of the body. The tip of the tail is reddish-brown. In addition, males tend to have a white line across their body scales in the outer row from neck to tail. 

A snake enters the house, where can I report it? 

          The more rainy season, the more snakes will escape from the water to enter our house. If anyone finds it to be a venomous snake, it is best to contact them. Ask for help from various agencies, the best  of which can be contacted at 199 (to report fire and animals entering the house) and 1677 (with radio broadcasts). Help each other)  But if anyone is unlucky after being bitten by a snake, you can call 1669 for urgent 24-hour help.  

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