Luck was with me on 29 September 2006.
Five snakes in a night!
There was a Common Malayan Racer (Coelognathus flavolineatus) that was faster than F1 racer, escaped before a photograph can be taken.
A Equatorial Spitting Cobra (Naja sumatrana) with cloudy eyes, suggesting that the snake is about to shed its skin.
A Keel-bellied Whip Snake (Dryophiops rubescens) roadkill.
A juvenile King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) roadkill.
And finally ... the skeletal remains of a large Reticulated Python (Python reticulatus) in a monsoon drain.
Ok, I cheated a bit. But dead snakes are still snakes, and are important for locality recording purposes.
Sightings are from a northern offshore island of Singapore.
* All photographs from Mr Norman Lim and Mr Chim Chee Kong