Living snakes of the world in color
"540 high-quality color photos of snakes, each with a one-page description of the reptile's geographic range, ecological niche, and care requirements. The attractive photography and the vast number of snakes mentioned, 413 species and 454 subspecies, make this book a unique reference for young adults and herpetologists. Highly recommended."-- "LJ
. 480 pages (all in color), 7 x 9 3/4.
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