In each of our ‘Species Features’ we explore a single snake in detail. This Snake Dairy focuses on the unique and charming ‘Large Spotted Cat Snake’.
In this Snake Diary we explore the world of cannibal snakes and have a close encounter with the ‘King’ of snake eating snakes!
In this post we discuss Hong Kong’s ‘Venomous But Not Dangerous’ snakes. Lots of great pictures and info as well as some first hand descriptions of envenomations!
A case of potentially deadly mimicry presents a conundrum for the Authors of HongKongSNakeID when they come across a species of Wolf Snake in the jungle… or is it a deadly Many Banded Krait?!
Rob and Adam save a Copperhead Racer from an overflowing water culvert and get some great shots of one of Hong Kong’s coolest snakes.
Read our guest post from www.wildcreatureshongkong.org and see if you can use the information on HongKongSnakeID to identify the snakes!
Rob and Adam return to the trail where Adam found a pair of Many Banded Kraits and Mountain Water Snake, this time during the day. A visit from an old friend and a great photo shoot ensue…
Adam encounters several snakes on a solo night walk including an interesting color variant of Hong Kongs most deadly snake the Many Banded Krait. Overgrown paths and a poor choice in footwear make for an exciting night…
Rob the prophet predicts snakes in Adam’s future as he discovers a common but personally elusive species in the Mock Viper.
A chance encounter on a morning hike presents our author with an opportunity to photo and video one of Hong Kongs more ‘toothy’ snake species.