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Reptile By Colin McCarthy

Reptile by Colin McCarthy

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Part of the "Eyewitness Guide" series, this visual encyclopaedia looks at the range of reptilian behaviour and lifestyles, from snakes and crocodiles to the only "living fossil", the tuatara.

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Reptile by Colin McCarthy

Reptiles are descended from the fish that crawled out of the sea to walk on land millions of years ago. Crocodiles snakes turtles and lizards have all evolved in different ways adapting to a multitude of habitats from tropical swamps to scorching deserts.From turtles to tutaras crocodiles to chameleons and frogs to flying snakes stunning close-up photographs show the curious habits and amazing beauty of many extraordinary reptiles. See how an anole lizard frightens its enemies by displaying its bring red beard. Watch a baby rat snake hatching from its egg and see a boa-constrictor swallowing its prey whole. Mating egg laying feeding and defence all these topics and more brought vividly to life in Reptile. Produced in association with The Natural History Museum Reptile is a compelling and informative visual guide to the lives and habits of this fascinating and varied group of animals.

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GOR010858922
9780863185762
0863185762
Reptile by Colin McCarthy
Used - Like New
Hardback
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
1991-03-21
64
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