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A Guide to the Rattlesnakes of the United States

By: Brian Hubbs and Brendan O'Connor
96 pages, 101 photos, 31 range maps
Publisher: Tricolor Books
A Guide to the Rattlesnakes of the United States
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This is the first guide of its type, covering all species of rattlesnakes native to the United States. This 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inch guide will be informative and intriguing for those who know nothing about snakes, and handy and entertaining to members of the herpetological community.

This full colour book includes all species and subspecies of rattlesnakes native to the U.S. and Canada, their natural history, rattlesnake myths and protected or non-protected status of each rattlesnake.

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By: Brian Hubbs and Brendan O'Connor
96 pages, 101 photos, 31 range maps
Publisher: Tricolor Books
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