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Rattlesnake: Portrait of a Predator

Art / Photobook
By: Manny Rubio
240 pages, 263 colour photos
Rattlesnake: Portrait of a Predator
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  • Rattlesnake: Portrait of a Predator ISBN: 9781560988083 Hardback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Traces the evolution and behaviour of the 83 living species of rattlesnakes - from East Coast timber rattlesnakes to California's desert dwelling sidewinders to South America's neotropical species. Explaining the functions of anatomical characteristics such as heat-sensitive facial pits, Manny Rubio also describes rattlesnakes' diverse habitats, feeding strategies, reproductive cycles, and seasonal hibernation patterns. Fascinating introduction to the most maligned reptile of the Americas.

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Art / Photobook
By: Manny Rubio
240 pages, 263 colour photos
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