“Education is the key to create the possibilities for a child to invent and discover. Children listen to you passionately but they like to see and feel things to remember what you’ve told them.” Hi, my name is Yvette Ribbers (21) and I come from Raamsdonksveer, the Netherlands. I have a passion for reptiles and … Continue reading The Importance of Education
The first International King Cobra Symposium was recently held on October 6th and 7th, 2017, in Veenendaal, the Netherlands. The Symposium gathered together experts, herpetologists, toxicologists, biologists and snake enthusiasts from all over the world interested in the ecology and conservation of the king cobra. Save The Snakes had been invited to table and share … Continue reading The International King Cobra Symposium Was A Huge Success!
Thank you Ashton Biological Preserve! The Ashton Biodiversity Research & Preservation Institute (ABRPI) has generously donated snake bags and a camera for our field-based programs in India. We greatly appreciate their support of our snake conservation efforts! Founded in 1996 to preserve critical uplands habitat for the future, ABRPI is a private, non-profit conservation area … Continue reading Thank You to Ashton Biodiversity Research & Preservation Institute
Recently in Indonesia, a large python attempted to defend itself from a man who tried to catch it and move it off a road. The snake bit the man, which resulted in it being killed by a group of people. The title of the article: “Indonesians eat defeated giant python” Unfortunately, we have seen many … Continue reading Snakes In The News and How Snakes Always Lose
Save The Snakes partners with global leaders in snake conservation, research and education to protect snake populations and reduce human-snake conflict. Recently Save The Snakes’ Partner Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society has received support from the Houston Zoo to continue our king cobra conservation efforts and to reduce human-snake conflict in Southern India. “With the support … Continue reading The Houston Zoo Supports Snake Conservation
Save The Snakes is looking for an enthusiastic, social media savvy individual to assist in our snake awareness outreach and education campaigns. Volunteer social media coordinators can be based anywhere in the world and must be willing to connect via Skype from time to time. Knowledge of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram is essential. The position … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunity: Social Media Coordinator