snakes


Indigo Snake

Indigo Snake

Indigo Snake

Indigo snakes feed on vertebrates, including fish, frogs, toads, lizards, snakes, birds and small mammals. They are diurnal hunters and travel long distances in a day actively searching for prey. They are non-venomous and they overpower their prey, sometimes swallowing them whole and alive.


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Snake Bite Ouch!

Python Snake Bite

Source: The Sun UK - Harry Short

Indigo Snake Attack in Nicaragua

before attack

Before the incident in the Nicaragua countryside.

Stolen Cobras in Bangkok

Thai King Cobra

Thai King Cobra

This photo was taken at the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute and Snake Farm in Bangkok, Thailand in Febuary of 2008 as the snake was on display during the snake show. In 2005 some snakes were stolen from this same snake farm. Here is the story from The Nation Thailand News:

Bangkok Snake Farm Brochure

The visitor's brochure from the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute and Snake Farm in Bangkok, Thailand:


Snake Farm 1

Snake Farm 2

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Baby Black Speckled Pal Pitviper

Baby Black Speckled Pal Pitviper - Source: Tad Arensmeier


Black Headed Python

Black Headed Python - Source: Tad Arensmeier

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