Slow January..

Well, kind of. January is still quite a good time to see reptiles in Thailand although the weather is mostly dry at the moment with quite a few windy days and nights with ‘cold’ night temperatures of around 26C! However, during our drives around the island this weekend we moved an Indochinese rat snake (Ptyas korros) from a water channel, found a pretty Red-necked keelback (Rhabdophis subminiatus) from a different water channel and then we came across a sadly dying Vine snake (Ahaetulla prasina), just hit by a motorbike. Another wildlife highlight from this weekend was a pair of White-bellied sea eagles (Haliaeetus leucogaster).

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Indochinese ratsnake (Ptyas korros) juvenile

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Red-necked keelback Rhabdophis subminiatus)

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