Here is a high definition (HD) wildlife photo gallery you can look at to get a taste of what wildlife in Southeast Asia is like! These images are of wildlife in Thailand, Laos, and Malaysia.
I have been here in Thailand for 13 years, and I’ve been taking photos in the rainforest for a decade. If you want to get something like this – contact me and we’ll see if we can set you up for a wildlife field trip from Krabi, Thailand.
The Indo-Chinese rat snake is one of the coolest snakes in Thailand. Abnormally large eyes compared to the head size. Thailand wildlife is really something special.
I was lucky to catch this adult blood python laying eggs in captivity at a snake show in Thailand. Thailand wildlife.
Close up head-shot of a snake in Thailand called the “Mock Viper.” It is not a true viper, and non-venomous, it cannot harm human beings. These snakes are somewhat rare, I’ve only found a dozen of them in as many years. Thailand Wildlife.
This small mock viper didn’t look like much on the road, but I stopped to take a closer look. Up close, it’s beautiful wildlife in Thailand.
A large tarantula on a tree in Northern Malaysia. Thailand and Malaysia are my favorite wildlife locations.
A juvenile monocled cobra – Naja kaouthia, hooded and ready to defend itself. This was prior to my letting it go in the rainforest. Of all the wildlife, snakes are probably my favorite.
Slow loris in tree, Southern Thailand. These are amazing animals – rare wildlife to see in Thailand, but we see them pretty often. They are usually higher in the trees and good photos are not usually possible.
Andaman sea turtle in the ocean off the coast of Phuket Island.
Another group of Asia wildlife is the gliding lizards! These have fantastic patterns and are fascinating to watch jumping from tree to tree and floating like falling leaves.
A mountain lizard, Calotes emma species, resting on some long red leaves in Southern Thailand. This is a common lizard.
A very small jumping spider, shot in Laos for this wildlife photo gallery.
A triangle keelback, not usually a biter, being hand-held by a friend during a night time field trip in Southern Thailand. These are mildly venomous snakes which are night time hunters.
A deadly red-headed krait in the dense rainforest of Trang province in Thailand. One of my absolute favorite snakes.
One of the amazing tree snakes which can glide in the air as it jumps from tree to tree or tree to ground.
Wagler’s pit viper comes in many color variations, here is a very yellow snake with black markings. Part of the deadly wildlife in Thailand.
Bright green “red-tailed racer” snake with blue and black tongue is one of the most exotic wildlife animals in Southeast Asia