About Richard Southworth
Richard has a BSc in Zoology from Bangor University and an MSc in Animal Behaviour from Manchester Metropolitan University. His passion for wildlife, especially reptiles, has taken him to a variety of places, such as volunteering at a reptile park in South Africa, counting cetaceans in the Gulf of Naples, and assisting in herpetological conservation surveys in Guatemala. He has a blog for sharing his experiences of the natural world.
Black morph of the Indian cobra (photo by Richard Southworth)

Searching for Snakes in Himachal Pradesh

October 17, 2018 3

Snakebite is considered a “neglected tropical disease” by the World Health Organisation, and it kills more people in India than anywhere else in the world; 45,000 fatalities per year is the official figure, though it […]