By: Carl Kauffeld and C H Curran
285 pages, 62 b/w photos
Reprint of the classic 1937 edition. The book deals with the appearance, habitats and habits of snakes. Each chapter presents both fact and fiction, dispelling many of the misconceptions of folklore, religion and mythology. Unusually for the time, the authors recognize the ecological importance of snakes.
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