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Snakes

Popular Science
By: David Gower, Katherine Garrett and Peter Stafford
144 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Snakes
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Describes the biology and natural history of snakes, highlighting the variety and complexity of this group that includes almost three thousand living species. Stafford also includes information on habitat, conservation status, and unusual behaviour to complete this comprehensive and fully illustrated introduction to the snakes of the world and their fascinating lives.

Contents

- structure and lifestyle
- primitive burrowing snakes
- sunbeam snakes
- boas and pythons
- the round island boa
- dwarf boas
- file snakes
- burrowing asps
- rat snakes
- racers, garter snakes and relatives
- cobras, coral snakes, kraits, taipans and sea snakes
- vipers

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Popular Science
By: David Gower, Katherine Garrett and Peter Stafford
144 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
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