Lizard Care from A to Z
The A stands for anoles, the Z for zonosaurs-and both potential and current lizard owners will find descriptions of many lizard species. To keep lizards active and healthy in captivity, owners need to know about each variety's habitat, diet, and special requirements. The authors provide all of this information, and much more. Color photos, drawings, glossary, and bibliography.
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Keeping Your Lizards
Large Cages for Agile Lizards
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