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Australia's Most Deadly and Dangerous Beasts

Handbook / Manual Popular Science
By: Bruce Thomson
134 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Lothian Books
Australia's Most Deadly and Dangerous Beasts
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Learn about Australia's deadly creatures, including how to minimise your chances of an unpleasant encounter, plus first aid techniques and information on spiders, snakes, scorpions, insects, sharks, crocodiles, marine life, and many more fascinating and dangerous animals.

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Handbook / Manual Popular Science
By: Bruce Thomson
134 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Lothian Books
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