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Identifying Snakes

Out of Print
By: Nigel Marven and Rob Harvey
80 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Silverdale Books
Identifying Snakes
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  • Identifying Snakes ISBN: 9781856058674 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #149450
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With an introduction on how they evolved, how they move, feed and reproduce, this book contains over 100 species and describes them in great detail. Easy reference symbols provide at-a-glance information on whether a snake is venomous, egg-laying or live-bearing, and gives an indication of the sort of habitat it prefers. Accompanied by spectacular photographs of every snake in the directory, this book is a most compact and comprehensive guide to these amazing reptiles, dispelling many myths and misconceptions that surround them.

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Out of Print
By: Nigel Marven and Rob Harvey
80 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Silverdale Books
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