Great big book of snakes and reptiles

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Hermes House, 2004 - Reptiles - 255 pages
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The Great Big Book of Snakes and Reptiles * Exciting and accessible information provides an insight into every aspect of reptile life and behavior * More than 700 fabulous wildlife photographs and illustrations show a reptile's-eye view of survival in the wild * "Did you know?" spotlights reveal amazing-but-true facts about the reptile world * Stunning photo-features zoom in on habitats, life cycles and survival tactics * An ideal reference book for 8- to 12-year-olds that supports school studies on life processes in the natural world.

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Good for beginners, but probably not for the average herpetologist that knows most everything in here. Also inaccurate at times -- the Cuiver's Malagasy Swift is not in Sceloporus nor is it in Phrynosomatidae but an entire family of its own (Opluridae), therefore not a swift.


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