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The Living Boas A Complete Guide to the Boas of the World

Out of Print
By: Jerry G Walls
288 pages, 400 col photos, illus, maps
Publisher: TFH Publications
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  • The Living Boas ISBN: 9780793804702 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #111139
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Comprehensive guide to boas and their close kin. From the popular Red-Tailed Boa to the obscure Caicos Dwarf Boa, every species is given an extensive write up. Sixty-three species in all are illustrated and discussed, including the dwarf boas, banana boas, and spiny boas, and popular favorites like the Rainbow Boa, Rosy Boa, and the sand boas. The author gives a complete account of the care and breeding of all these snakes and covers the taxonomy, relationships, and structure of the boas in great detail.

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Out of Print
By: Jerry G Walls
288 pages, 400 col photos, illus, maps
Publisher: TFH Publications
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