Many people have written to ask if we have China Snake Tongs, traps, bags, and nooses for sale so they can easily and safely remove snakes from their homes or property here in Thailand.These are small, rectangle-shaped boxes with glue on the bottom. When the snake enters, it is immediately stuck in the glue and cannot escape. The glue is super strong when activated (paper removed). When you find a snake in the box, you can grab the whole box with Snake Tongs or a shovel and place it in a big plastic box or in the back of a truck and take it to be released somewhere suitable. Release is easy, it is accomplished by dripping vegetable oil on the glue, which cancels the sticky glue and allows the snake to escape. Use of these is always questionable because the person setting the traps MUST check the traps so they’re not too hot, flooded, or whatever… ending up killing the snake or whatever other animals are caught in the glue.
Forty inches long (1 meter), these Snake Tongs give you a safe distance to handle snakes a meter or so long. These Snake Tongs are a made of light aluminum. Please note, Snake Tongs are only for people who don’t mind getting a meter away from snakes. Snake Tongs are not recommended because nearly everyone squeezes too hard and breaks the ribs of the snakes they catch. Some real finesse is necessary to catch a snake gently with Reptile Feeding Tweezers and not cause any damage.
It is highly recommended you do not catch snakes for fun – when you don’t know how to use Snake Tongs Manufacturer properly. Try a snake hook. If you need to remove a snake from your property – use a Snake Noose like below.Armed with snake Snake Tongs and 5-gallon buckets, the group taking to the field last month is part of a 30-year quest by cwu biologist Dan Beck to uncover the secrets of a creature that gives most people the creeps.A furious buzz erupted as Brooks plucked a young snake from its lounging spot, using 3-foot-long Snake Tongs to grab its head while maintaining a safe distance. He released the rattler on open ground and nudged it toward a narrow plastic tube.Robert and Keats quickly exited their car with camera equipment,Reptile Feeding Tweezers, snake hook and know-how. Robert, almost 29, has been doing this a while. As a commercial freelance photographer, he often shoots real estate, but when shooting for himself, he's usually in the woods. Nature is his subject of choice.