|Tom Charlton is a herpetologist and keen wildlife photographer based in Gloucestershire in the south west of England. He makes regular field trips to find and document reptiles, amphibians and natural history observations through his photographs, which have been used to illustrate nurmeous field guides and scientific journals. His interest lies predominantly with the herpetofauna of Southeast Asia and in particular its snakes. Back home in England Tom runs a company offering herpetofauna-related educational workshops, wildlife photography courses, and consultancy and field assistance for wildlife documentaries. He works with several expedition and wilderness medicine training providers across the UK to develop and present specialist lectures on awareness of venomous snakes. He also currently works in a snakebite mitigation program in Central Province, Papua New Guinea. Tom is the author of the book King Cobra: Natural History and Captive Management, published in January 2018.|
|Special interests: Asian and Australian venomous snakes|
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