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Australia's Most Dangerous

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Australian Geographic(Author), Kelvin Aitken(Author), Peter J Fenner(Author), Steve G Wilson(Author), Paul Zborowski(Author), Ian Connellan(Author)
192 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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Packed full of interesting and useful facts, this handy reference will help you to appreciate and avoid these often unfairly maligned animals. Each chapter, written by a recognised expert, describes aspects of the animals habits and where and in what circumstances you are likely to encounter them. Identification is made easy through clear distribution maps, colour photos and other useful aids. And in the unlikely event that you have an unpleasant encounter with one of these creatures, the comprehensive first-aid and medical-treatment section will be invaluable. Whether you live int he city or the bush, Australia's Most Dangerous is a must – you never know when youll cross paths with one of Australia's most dangerous inhabitants

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Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Australian Geographic(Author), Kelvin Aitken(Author), Peter J Fenner(Author), Steve G Wilson(Author), Paul Zborowski(Author), Ian Connellan(Author)
192 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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