Guest blog from Adam Francis
Hong Kong is home to many venomous snakes, some dangerous some not
We explain the difference in this article to help the general public get more comfortable with the ‘Venomous But Not Dangerous’ bit.
We’d like to open this post by stating emphatically that no matter what you learn here no one should ever put themselves in a position where they can be bitten by a wild caught snake in Hong Kong, there’s just too many ways to confuse species and too many dangerously venomous snakes to take the risk. It’s also important to note that the points we make here are not formal scientific positions and are based instead on our research, first hand experience observing and in some cases being bitten by some of these species.
so now you know...a bit, and if you want to know more, follow this link for the full article written by Adam Francis, my co-founder of www.hongkongsnakeid.com
If you have comments or questions, please go to the Facebook Page “Wildcreatures Hong Kong” (also with the same daily blog) and post them there.
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