Asian Rock Pythons

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Gareth Stevens, 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. Did you know that some Asian Rock pythons pile their eggs into huge mounds, sometimes into pyramids of one hundred or more? While most snakes could care less about their offspring, a mother python will coil around her eggs for up to ten weeks, waiting till the eggs hatch before she slithers off. Discover more fascinating facts about the lives of these giant snakes.

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