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Of Golden Toads and Serpents' Roads

Biography / Memoir
By: Paul Freed
191 pages, 55 col photos
Of Golden Toads and Serpents' Roads
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  • Of Golden Toads and Serpents' Roads ISBN: 9781585442713 Paperback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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After nearly twenty years of traveling around the globe searching for toads, frogs, salamanders, snakes, lizards, and turtles, herpetologist Paul Freed pauses to tell stories of his adventures finding and collecting reptiles and amphibians from the tropics of Costa Rica to the deserts of Namibia.

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Paul Freed is supervisor of the Herpetology Section at the Houston Zoo in Houston, Texas, and a field associate at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. He is the author or coauthor of more than sixty articles in scientific and popular journals, and his photographs are widely published in a variety of books, textbooks, calendars, and magazines including National Geographic Explorer.
Biography / Memoir
By: Paul Freed
191 pages, 55 col photos
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