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Australian Snakes A Natural History

Popular Science
By: Richard Shine(Author)
224 pages, 100 colour photos, illustrations
Publisher: Reed New Holland
Australian Snakes
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  • Australian Snakes ISBN: 9781876334253 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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  • Australian Snakes ISBN: 9780730103899 Paperback Dec 1994 Out of Print #49902
  • Australian Snakes ISBN: 9780730103493 Hardback Dec 1991 Out of Print #15937
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This book is not a field guide: rather it is an insight into the biology and life history of snakes in and around Australia. It opens the door on an exciting and relatively new area of research. Dr Shine has pioneered much of this work himself and may be considered Australia's foremost authority on snakes.

Although the foundations of Australian Snakes are truly scientific, it has a light and easy style, peppered with amusing and occasionally alarming anecdotes. It is a book for the curious general reader and for zoologists and ecologists everywhere.

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Popular Science
By: Richard Shine(Author)
224 pages, 100 colour photos, illustrations
Publisher: Reed New Holland
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