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Hunters in the Trees: A Natural History of Arboreal Snakes Hardcover – 30 Jul 2011


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HASH(0x8c4fa360) out of 5 stars A superb addition to any herpetology library 12 Nov. 2010
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Richard A. Sajdak, formerly a reptile curator at the Milwaukee County Zoo for twenty years, presents Hunters in the Trees: A Natural History of Arboreal Snakes. This extensively researched, meticulously detailed compendium concerning the behaviors these snakes have learned to survive, and how various types of tree snakes differ from one another. Chapter notes, a bibliography, and an index of common and scientific names, and small color photographs interspersed into almost every two-age spread round out this superb addition to any herpetology library.
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