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BANGKOK 19 August 2019 10:55
sanemax

Nearly got eaten by a human eating snake in Loi Kroh

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I live just south of there and saw 2 in one week a few years ago. So it would seem that there is a sustained population in the area. Also saw another in the same year near the moat. Presumably they are around the drains from the Mae Kha Canal (where it looks like your picture was )and the moat. Also from that canal they could travel from the Chang Puak area.

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12 minutes ago, Samuel Smith said:

Keep the rat population down 🙂 

When I told a guest that he said he wasn't sure which he prefers rats or snakes

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1 minute ago, ChipButty said:

When I told a guest that he said he wasn't sure which he prefers rats or snakes

Seen some very big rats around the moat in Chiang mai 😉

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15 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

they are actually cuddly if you just give them a chance,

they like to be touched on the side of the neck

They also kill and eat humans 

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Just now, AlexRich said:

The really disappointing thing about this post was the word “nearly”!

There really is no need for that kind of thing 

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 Hey look if it makes you feel better we’ve got at least five dragons in the pond out by our place that are courting a female in season. Four of them are easily 120+ pounds and probably close to 8 feet long. The other day I was outback watering the plant Outback and I heard a loud splash and thrashing and breaking the lambs. I didn’t know what the commotion was so I went in late looked over the wall. There were two male dragons sparring in competition. We are just part of the food chain around here

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It's in a populated area and is big enough to be a threat to pets and small children.  I would notify the authorities, but wouldn't expect them to do much.

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