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Things That Bite: Great Lakes Edition A Realistic Look at Critters That Scare People

By: Tom Anderson
140 pages, illustrations
Things That Bite: Great Lakes Edition
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  • Things That Bite: Great Lakes Edition ISBN: 9781591930778 Paperback Mar 2008 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Spiders, snakes, bears and bats--they're out there, but there's no reason to fear them. "Things That Bite" takes a very matter-of-fact approach to over 30 creatures of the Great Lakes region. The author's analyses include the benefits of each species, reasons why they bite (or sting) and prevention tips. Equipped with this book, you can enjoy the beauty and splendor of the great outdoors, while leaving your worries behind.

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By: Tom Anderson
140 pages, illustrations
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