Barron's Keeping Lizards: A Practical Guide to Caring for Unusual Pets

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Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Most kids are fascinated by exotic animals -- and some of those creatures can actually be kept as pets. Books in this brand-new and engaging series speak to boys and girls who would like to raise unusual pets -- lizards, snakes, insects, and even arachnids like spiders and scorpions. Young readers will find amazing facts on behavior characteristics, as well as practical information on housing, feeding, anatomy, and life cycles. Each Unusual Pets book features approximately 60 newly commissioned full-color photos. Pages are as attractive as they are fact-filled, with sidebars and quick-reference symbols accompanying the main text.

Kids learn to care for a variety of lizards, including iguanas, geckos, chameleons, basilisks, the blue-tongued skink, and many others.

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Contents

Introduction
4
Caging
10
Feeding
16
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

David Manning is a Teaching Fellow in Music at the University of Bristol.

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