Dangerous Snakes of Australia and New Guinea: A Handbook for Bushmen, Bushwalkers, Mission Workers, Servicemen, Boy Scouts, New Australians, Medical Practitioners, and Naturalists on the Identification and Venoms of Australian Snakes, with Directions for First-aid Treatment of Snake-bite and the Use of Antivenenes
Angus and Robertson, 1961 - First aid in illness and injury - 68 pages
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A Handbook for Bushmen Bushwalkers Mission Workers
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