Reptiles and amphibians are kept in over 3 million American households and interest in these exotic pets continues to climb. This book, with complete coverage on all aspects of choosing, caring for and feeding all popular species of reptiles and amphibians, will appeal to all present and future herp owners. Exceptional photographs of common and unusual reptiles and amphibians will make the browser bring this book home.
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