A Petkeeper's Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians
Provides general information about keeping reptiles and amphibians as pets, discussing a variety of topics including biology, handling, heating and lighting, maintenance, and health care, and includes an illustrated guide to over sixty individual species.
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