African Rock Pythons

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Gareth Stevens Pub., 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Six fascinating books for young readers about the giants of the reptile world--the planet's target snakes. The clear and accessible text is filled with fascinating facts about the animals' habits and habitats, prey and predators. Stunning full color photography features giant snakes in their natural environments. Because of all those movies, we may think of Africa as a land teeming with giant snakes threatening humans. Actually, the rock python is the only giant snake on that continent, and it's often a friend to farmers! See how the African rock python uses a wide variety of habitats for hunting. And discover why some farmers are importing rock pythons to protect their lands.

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