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Venom: Poisonous Animals in the Natural World

Out of Print
By: Steve Backshall
160 pages, 200 col photos
Venom: Poisonous Animals in the Natural World
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  • Venom: Poisonous Animals in the Natural World ISBN: 9781847738707 Hardback Mar 2011 Out of Print #188878
  • Venom: Poisonous Animals in the Natural World ISBN: 9781845377342 Hardback Oct 2007 Out of Print #163074
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Poison is an essential part of the animal world, used for hunting and defence. From komodo dragons and pufferfish to king cobras and funnel web spiders, TV's Steve Backshall takes a fascinating look at the use of natural venoms and toxins, and the effects of these on their victims.

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A presenter on BBC TV's Really Wild Show, experienced naturalist STEVE BACKSHALL has studied venomous animals for many years and has travelled extensively across the world to see them in action in their natural habitat.

Out of Print
By: Steve Backshall
160 pages, 200 col photos
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