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Snakes of New England Photographic and Natural History Study

Monograph Out of Print
By: Linda Krulikowski
308 pages, colour photos
Snakes of New England
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  • Snakes of New England ISBN: 9780976431602 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #172100
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Richly illustrated book. Includes chapters on Biology, Behaviour, Venomous Snakes and Snakebite, Mythology and Folklore, Classification and detailed species accounts of 16 New England snakes.

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Monograph Out of Print
By: Linda Krulikowski
308 pages, colour photos
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Nothing Better
by Charles in the United States (17/02/2012)

If you claim to be an expert, then you have to put in the time and have the dedication to see things through. That is what Krulowkowski does in this stunning book. Not only does she write the text, but does the photography as well which is comparable to National Geographic at times. In years to come I think that this book will become the cornerstone of books of its genre. Those that, for whatever reason, fail to purchase a copy of this book, and the book is every bit as good as I represent it to be, will count the error as a grievous one indeed. I only wish the she would carry her skills to another area where she could document a different region that could benefit from her talent.

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