Monitors, Tegus, and Related Lizards: Everything about Selection, Care, Nutrition, Diseases, Breeding, and Behavior

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Barron's Educational Series, 1996 - Pets - 104 pages
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Monitors originate in Asia, Africa, Australia, and Indonesia, and come in many varieties, including the world's largest and some of its smallest lizards. Here is advice on caging and care of its various kinds, including the Savanna Monitor, the White-Throated Monitor, Blue-Tailed, Ridge-Tailed, and many others. Also featured is a general introduction to this reptilian family, a checklist of monitors found around the world, a glossary, and a bibliography.
 

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Contents

Preface
4
Make a QuasiNatural
10
Feeding
16
Handling
25
Mechanical Injury
31
Breeding
39
Photography
47
Some Pet Store Favorites
54
AsianIndonesian Monitors
60
Australian Monitors
71
The Komodo Dragon
79
Introduction to the Teiids
86
Tegus Tupinambis sp
92
Useful Addresses and Literature
99
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Bartlett is a specialist in the care and breeding of reptiles.

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