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A Guide to the Snakes of Papua New Guinea

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Mark O'Shea
239 pages, 100+ colour photos, 100+ line drawings, 40 maps
A Guide to the Snakes of Papua New Guinea
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  • A Guide to the Snakes of Papua New Guinea ISBN: 9789980916969 Paperback Dec 1996 Out of Print #32362
  • A Guide to the Snakes of Papua New Guinea ISBN: 9789980916969 Hardback Dec 1996 Out of Print #63552
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First comprehensive guide to the 94 species of snake, both terrestrial and aquatic, which are known to occur on Papua New Guinea. Each species account provides information on identification, distribution, natural history and snakebite risk, accompanied by colour photographs (where available), line drawings, and distribution maps (in a separate appendix). Also included is a section on the management and treatment of snakebite. |Papua New Guinea has one of the highest mortality rates from snakebite of any country. This guide is intended to make identification of venomous species easier, and therefore promote the conservation, not destruction, of snakes in general.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Mark O'Shea
239 pages, 100+ colour photos, 100+ line drawings, 40 maps
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