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Common Sunbeam

Common Sunbeam

It is a non-venomous snake species found in Thailand. It can grow on average up to 1.3 m in length. Known for their very iridescent scales. The dorsal color pattern is reddish brown. The belly is whitish-gray without a pattern. The snake lives mainly in rice fields, gardens and parks. These fossil snakes spend most of their time hidden. They can bite if handled roughly, but in most cases it will just try to escape. They are non-venomous and kill their prey with a constriction. They feed on frogs, reptiles and other snakes. Females lay up to 10 eggs at a time.

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Fauna of Thailand

Attention! It is very interesting and informative! We have compiled a selection of animals, reptiles, birds and monkeys that can be found in the immediate vicinity of the city of Hua Hin and the nearest reserves. List of dangerous and non-threatening snakes in Thailand. Interesting photos and videos about insects, spiders, frogs and turtles. Watch them with your children, we specially tried to choose the best videos for family viewing. Find out more about those who live near us!