Jackson's and Veiled Chameleons
These fascinating animals are difficult to keep in captivity and require specialized care. This book offers expert advice for hobbyists. Books in this series give hobbyists basic information on reptiles' anatomy, life cycles, and traits, as well as specific instructions on care and breeding. There is expert information on selecting good specimens, determining sex, providing proper caging, nutritious feeding, and health care. All books are heavily illustrated with full-color photos.
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