Edited By: Elliot R Jacobson
188 pages, Col and b/w photos, figs
Spans a range of topics relevant to keeping, breeding and understanding the health problems of the green iguana and offers a synthesis of the work and experiences of biologists, nutritionists, and veterinarians who have worked with the animals, both in the field and in captivity. Topics include biology and reproduction in the wild, nutrition in the wild and captivity, ontogeny of captive iguanas, husbandry, clinical evolution, diseases, drug dosages and chemotherapeutics, anaesthesia and surgery, and diagnostic imaging.
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