The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians
Why are some frogs able to freeze solid and still survive? How can secretions from amphibians offer scientists clues for treating human ailments? What allows reptiles and amphibians to regenerate their limbs? Reptiles & Amphibians, an exciting new Explore Your World™ handbook, incorporates the Discovery Channel's unique authoritative approach and acclaimed visuals to answer these and other questions in a captivating blend of information and entertainment.
Reptiles & Amphibians features:
¸ Background information on evolution, anatomy, physiology, habitats, and life cycles of a range of reptile and amphibian families.
¸ A detailed look at how reptiles and amphibians survive-how they eat, move around, defend themselves, and combat temperature extremes.
¸ Examinations of metamorphosis, growth and longevity, and vocalization techniques.
¸ Practical advice on how to responsibly study reptiles and amphibians in the wild or care for them as pets.
¸ An identification guide to more than 160 of the most fascinating herpetological species from around the world, organized by environment.
¸ More than 300 full-color photos and illustrations.
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Great BookUser Review - pamc1 - Overstock.com
My grandson and daughter-in law love this book and keep it handy for reference. My grandson is always catching something outside and handy to have for reference just in case he brings home the wrong type of reptile/amphibian friend. Read full review
Review: National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians (National Audubon Society Field Guides)User Review - David - Goodreads
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Reptiles and Amphibians by John H. Behler (Alfred A. Knopf 1979)(595.6097) is a field guide to identify North American reptiles and amphibians. My rating: 7/10, finished 2005. Read full review
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