The Life Cycle of a Snake
The Life Cycle of a Snake describes the growth and development of these amazing reptiles from birth to maturity. Full-color images help show why snakes hibernate, how baby snakes hatch, the differences between poisonous and non-poisonous species, and how snakes capture prey.
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Starting the cycle
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