Ultimate Reptileopedia

“Profiles of more than 100 reptiles, arranged by order, are described with three meaty paragraphs of text amid the captioned, up-close images.” (School Library Journal, Dec. 8, 2015)

“Profiles of more than 100 reptiles, arranged by order, are described with three meaty paragraphs of text amid the captioned, up-close images. The book is not for the squeamish, although curious kids and reptile enthusiasts will be captivated by such images as a Rock Python devouring a gazelle, or the green Paradise Flying Snake gliding through the air. For researchers, a fact box offers common and scientific names and information on size, food, habitat, and range. An interview with a herpetologist, conservation tips, a glossary, a list of Web resources, and a general index, help this title live up to its ‘ultimate’ epithet.” School Library Journal, Dec. 8, 2015

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