Snake Help

Snake in Your House?

Follow these steps:

  1. Inform people nearby
  2. Contact a trained snake handler
  3. Keep watch from a safe distance

More information: What to do if you see a snake

Want to Identify a Snake?

Follow these steps:

  1. Take photographs if possible
  2. If not, try to remember details (colour, length, behaviour)
  3. Get in touch

Contact Grant @thesnakeranger

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Featured Snakes

Berg adder curled up on gravel

Berg Adder

An elusive dwarf adder not often seen.

Closeup of a male boomslang on a tree branch

Boomslang

A shy snake with impressive climbing ability.

Closeup of a Cape cobra spreading a small hood

Cape Cobra

A powerful snake known to spread a hood.

 

Mole snake closeup with tongue out

Mole Snake

A large and muscular non-venomous snake.

Puff adder closeup in defensive pose with tongue out

Puff Adder

One of the world’s top ambush predators.¬†

Closeup of a rinkhals snake with tongue out

Rinkhals

A rare cobra-like snake that can spray venom.

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Amazing Boomslang Cape Town [Video]

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Cape Coral Snake

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