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Australian Snakes: A Pictorial Guide *** OUT OF STOCK ***, Belinda Edwards
1 Australian Snakes: A Pictorial Guide *** OUT OF STOCK ***
Belinda Edwards Australia The Five Mile Press 2009 1742116183 / 9781742116181 Soft cover New Book 23.4 x 14.8 cm 
Did you know? Snakes can go two years without eating. Over one million people are bitten by snakes every year. Australian Snakes identifies over forty of our most commonly found snakes, and provides a full-colour photograph and identifying features for each one. As well, there is comprehensive information about snake bites, including prevention and first aid, as well as general information on snakes, such as feeding habits, and basic anatomy and physiology. An easy-to-read guide for students, bushwalkers and anyone interested in learning more about Australian snakes. It looks in detail at over forty of Australia's most well known and colourful snakes, describing the features, characteristics and habitat. Includes full-colour photographs and distribution maps 
Price: 14.95 AUD
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The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care, Chris Williams
2 The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care
Chris Williams Australia Australian Reptile Classifieds 2014 Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.8 x 1.0 cm 
The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care is a brilliant new addition to introductory husbandry guides for Australian reptile species. Designed for new keepers and children it features an abundance of photographs and easy to understand text. The contents include - Introduction, Buying a Reptile, Housing, Building an Enclosure, Record Keeping, Feeding, Sloughing (shedding), Bites, Australian Reptile Quick Facts, A New Era for the Hobby, The Pygmy Pythons (Children's, Pygmys, Spotteds, Stimson's, Banded Pygmys), Medium Sized Pythons (Woma, Bredl's, Inlands, Jungles, Darwins, Greens, Diamonds, Rough-scaleds), Large Pythons (Black-headeds, Coastals, Olives) Lizards (Small Dragons, Blue-tongues, Bearded Dragons), Bro and Maria Turtles, Reptile Hygiene, Reptile Trouble Shooting, About Snake Ranch, References, Feeding Cards, Acknowledgements, 182 pages. 
Price: 24.95 AUD 9.95 AUD 
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A Guide to Australian Geckos & Pygopods in Captivity, Danny Brown
3 A Guide to Australian Geckos & Pygopods in Captivity
Danny Brown Australia Reptile Publications 2012 0987244736 / 9780987244734 Soft cover New Book 23.5 x 16.3 x 2.0 cm 
This full colour, 352 page book provides detailed information on all aspects of captive husbandry relating to the most commonly kept species of Australian gecko and pygopod species including Bynoe's and Desert Cave Geckoes, Dtellas and House Geckos, Giant Cave and Giant Tree Geckos, Knob-tailed Geckos, Leaf-tailed geckos, Spiny-tailed Geckos, Ring-tailed Geckos, Small Terrestrial Geckos, Thick-tailed Geckos, Velvet Geckos and the Pygopods including Delma's, Scaly-footed and Burton's Legless Lizards. The book is littered with full colour images showing all aspects of sexing, housing, breeding and general appearance of the species within each chapter using over 580 images from some of Australia's finest reptile photographers, most unique to this book series. 
Price: 74.95 AUD
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Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards, Edited by Mike Swan
4 Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards
Edited by Mike Swan Australia Mike Swan Publishing 2008 0980366712 / 9780980366716 Soft cover New Book 21 x 15 x 3.5 cm 
Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards, edited by Mike Swan. Authored by Kieran Aland (Dragons), Greg Fyfe (Skinks), Grant Husband and Matthew Bonnett (Monitors), John McGrath (Geckos) and Rob Porter (Flap-footed Lizards). Photographs, design and layout by Damian Goodall of Eye For Nature. From the team that brought you Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons now comes Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards. Mike Swan has enrolled the services of Australia's most well known and successful lizard breeders to write the most comprehensive book on the captive husbandry and breeding of Australian lizards. With over 600 pages and more than 1000 photographs, this authoritative book is heavy on information, yet able to be read by even the most basic keeper. This book includes information on housing, substrates, UV requirements, cycling, incubation, feeding, breeding, health care, diseases and the propagation of live food. A must have for anybody with any interest in breeding lizards, and very affordable for the information it contains. 616 pages 
Price: 69.95 AUD 64.95 AUD 
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Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons, Edited by Mike Swan
5 Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons
Edited by Mike Swan Australia Mike Swan Publishing 2007 0980366704 / 9780980366709 Soft cover New Book 20.9 x 14.8 x 2.0 cm 
Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons is the first of Mike Swan's husbandry and breeding guides to Australian reptiles. Mike has gone to great lengths to secure some of Australian's most experienced python breeders to compile this essential guide to breeding some of the worlds most beautiful snakes. Authors include - Kieran Aland, Brian Barnett, Rob Browne-Cooper, Greg Fyfe, Glen Gaikhorst, Russel Grant, Chris Hay, Geoff Heard, Adrian Hemens, Peter Krauss, Dr. David Pearson, Dr. Franciscus Scheelings, Neil Sonnemann, Brad Walker and John Weigel. Comprised of 338 pages, this book covers housing, sexing, cycling, pairing, breeding, incubation, raising young, diseases and mutations/morphs. There is also information on behaviours, as well as details on the natural habitat of the individual species. The knowledge surrounding the captive husbandry and breeding of Australian pythons has grown exponentially in the last 15 years, and this is the first book to harness this recent knowledge and make it available to the general public. A must have for anybody with an interest in breeding Australian Pythons. 
Price: 49.95 AUD 44.95 AUD 
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Between the Tides: In Search of Sea Turtles, George Hughes
6 Between the Tides: In Search of Sea Turtles
George Hughes South Africa Jacana Media 2013 1431405620 / 9781431405626 Soft cover New Book 
A passionate account by an ardent conservationist who records his experiences while undertaking fundamental research, this book details how sea turtles are suddenly struggling to survive, largely because of harm that has been done to the planet's oceans and beaches. Much can be learned about the condition of the planet's environment by looking at sea turtles because they have existed for more than 100 million years and travel throughout the world's oceans. Including descriptions of the life cycles of turtles as well as fascinating facts, this book asks what their demise means for the human species. The remarkable story also highlights the active role South Africa has played in protecting its own sea turtle population and researching the turtle populations in neighboring countries. 
Price: 41.95 AUD
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A Photographic Guide to Snakes and Reptiles of Australia, Gerry Swan
7 A Photographic Guide to Snakes and Reptiles of Australia
Gerry Swan Australia New Holland Publishers 1995 1853685852 / 9781853685859 Soft cover New Book 19.1 x 9.8 x 0.9 cm 
This photographic guide is designed as a companion for the traveller, local or international, who is interested in Australian reptiles. The guide identifies 231 species covering the most commonly seen snakes, turtles, tortoises, geckos, lizards, dragons and skinks of Australia. Each entry is approximately 100 words in length and includes common and scientific names as well as measurements. Each species is accompanied by a colour photograph and a distribution map. A general introduction includes information on the group to which each species belongs with reference to the relevant text within the guide.;Gerry Swan is also the author of "A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales" for which he won a Whitely Award in 1991. 
Price: 19.95 AUD
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Snakes of Australia # Reed Concise Guide, Gerry Swan
8 Snakes of Australia # Reed Concise Guide
Gerry Swan Australia New Holland Publishers 2017 1921517891 / 9781921517891 Soft cover New Book 12.0 x 9.0 x 1.5 cm 
Reed Concise Guide Snakes of Australia, it is the ultimate keep-in-your-pocket guide to Australian snakes. It may be diminutive in size but it punches well above its weight in terms of usefulness, being packed with more than 180 images of all the species most likely to be encountered in Australia. For each of the 170 main species accounts there is at least one photograph for identification and a brief written account listing key ID features, range and habitat, food and behaviour. The book covers all of the most common and widespread species likely to be encountered in Australia – from pythons and tree snakes to taipans and sea snakes – along with some of the more unusual and scarce species to look out for such as Pygmy Copperhead, Small-headed Blind Snake and Square-nosed Snake. The easy-to-use layouts and small size make it ideal for taking on days out or walks in the bush. It is ideal for beginners or wildlife-watchers of an intermediate level, and also for children as a first book on snakes. 
Price: 14.95 AUD
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A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales 2nd Edition, Gerry Swan and Glenn Shea and Ross Sadlier
9 A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales 2nd Edition
Gerry Swan and Glenn Shea and Ross Sadlier Australia New Holland Publishers 2004 187706906X / 9781877069062 2nd Edition Soft cover New Book 21.3 x 11.2 x 1.7 cm 
In A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales you will find every gecko, flap-footed lizard, goanna, dragon, skink, snake and turtle known to live throughout the many habitats of New South Wales. This State reptile guide narrows down the field of species identification to a manageable size for any naturalist. The telltale details that make identification possible lie in the descriptions of families, genera and species; which are accompanied by clear line drawings. Where you need to tune out similar species, simple keys are provided. For herpetologists, the location maps, generated from the Australian Museum database, will prove invaluable. This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales published in 1990. Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changed and new species locations have been found. In addition, the freshwater and marine turtles have been added. About the Author Gerry Swan is an Associate of the Australian Museum and Editor of the journal Hepetofauna. He is also the author of Green Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia, A Photographic Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia and the recently published A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia. Dr Glenn Shea has a PhD in veterinary science and works in the Department of Veterinary Anatomy at Sydney University. He's a taxonomist who has published 100 or so scientific papers. Ross Sadlier is the Collections Manager for the Herpetological Section of the Australian Museum. He has a BSc and has published a book on the Reptiles of New Caledonia, as well as a number of scientific papers. 
Price: 34.95 AUD 24.95 AUD 
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A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales 3rd Edition, Gerry Swan and Glenn Shea and Ross Sadlier
10 A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales 3rd Edition
Gerry Swan and Glenn Shea and Ross Sadlier Australia New Holland Publishers 2017 192554608X / 9781925546088 3rd Edition Soft cover New Book 25.3 x 21.8 x 21.5 cm 
In A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales you will find every gecko, flap-footed lizard, goanna, dragon, skink, snake and turtle known to live throughout the state's many habitats. The guide narrows down the field of species identification to a manageable size for any naturalist. The telltale details that make identification possible lie in the descriptions of families, genera and species; these are accompanied by clear line drawings. Where you need to tune out similar species, simple keys are provided. For herpetologists, the location maps will prove invaluable. This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales published in 2004. Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changed and new species locations have been found. GERRY SWAN is a Research Associate at the Australian Museum Research Institute. He has authored or co-authored nine books on reptiles and frogs, including Green Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia and A Photographic Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia, and is co-author of How to Treat Bites and Stings, A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia and What Snake Is That? DR ROSS SADLIER is a Senior Fellow at the Australian Museum Research Institute, and formerly held the position of Collection Manager in the Herpetological Department for 35 years. He has a PhD by Publication, has authored over 75 scientific publications, and is co-author of the Herpetofauna of New Caledonia and the revised Freshwater Turtles of Australia. DR GLENN SHEA has a PhD in veterinary science and is a lecturer at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. He is a taxonomist who has published more than 150 scientific papers. 
Price: 34.95 AUD
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What Snake is That? Introducing Australian Snakes, Gerry Swan and Steve Wilson
11 What Snake is That? Introducing Australian Snakes
Gerry Swan and Steve Wilson Australia New Holland Publishers 2009 1877069574 / 9781877069574 Soft cover New Book 24.4 x 16.7 x 0.9 cm 
This book covers all the groups of Australian snakes. Where identification features are of particular interest they are provided, and key pointers offer hints to general diagnostic aspects. People are generally most interested in whether a snake is harmful, or what unusual habits it has, so within each family the genera are grouped together on the basis of how we relate to them, their ecology or other behavioral traits. From Secretive, burrowing blind snakes to the swift, keen-eyed whipsnakes and the lethal taipans, scientific and common names are used and identification features and key species pointers are included. About the Authors Reptile experts and authors Gerry Swan and Steve Wilson have written and invaluable resource for the enthusiastic amateur or keen naturalist who needs a quick reference guide to snakes 
Price: 24.99 AUD
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Frogs of South-East Queensland: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide, Gregory Czechura
12 Frogs of South-East Queensland: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide
Gregory Czechura Australia Queensland Museum 2008 0977594386 / 9780977594382 Soft cover New Book 14.8 x 10.4 x 0.5 cm 
Australia has almost 220 species of frogs and new species are still being discovered each year. This comprehensive guide to more than 50 species includes information on introduced frogs and toads and some handy hints on frog-watching. This pocket sized identification guide will enable you to identify frogs, their habitats and calls. 
Price: 11.95 AUD
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Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia 7E, Harold G. Cogger
13 Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia 7E
Harold G. Cogger Australia CSIRO Publishing 2014 0643100350 / 9780643100350 7th Hardcover New Book 26.0 x 19.0 x 5.8 cm 
Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia is a complete guide to Australia’s rich and varied herpetofauna, including frogs, crocodiles, turtles, tortoises, lizards and snakes. For each of the 1194 species there is a description of its appearance, distribution and habits. Each species is accompanied by a distribution map and, in most cases, a colour photograph of the living animal. The book includes 130 simple-to-use dichotomous keys that in most cases allow a specimen in hand to be identified. About the Author: Dr. Harold G Cogger was Curator of Reptiles at the Australian Museum, Sydney until 1976, when he became Deputy Director with primary responsibility for scientific research programs and collections. On his retirement in 1995 the Museum appointed him John Evans Memorial Fellow, a position he still holds. He was Conjoint Professor in the Faculty of Science and Mathematics at the University of Newcastle, 1997-2001. He has published widely on reptiles and amphibians, including the six previous editions of this book. Most of his field research has been undertaken in Australia, New Guinea and the Pacific. 
Price: 149.95 AUD
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Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Reptiles and Frogs 2nd Edition, Leonard Cronin
14 Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Reptiles and Frogs 2nd Edition
Leonard Cronin Australia Jacana 2014 1760111058 / 9781760111052 2nd Edition Softcover New Book 20.0 x 13.0 x 2.0 cm 
Cronin's Key Guide to Australian Reptiles and Frogs is an indispensable introduction to identifying Australian reptiles and frogs from the one of Australia's foremost natural historians. An indispensable guide to Australia's fascinating reptiles and frogs, packed with information about their behaviour, development, food and habitat. Each entry fully describes the species and its way of life. Colourfully illustrated throughout with detailed artwork and with maps showing where each animal occurs, this is a handy family reference or a guide for the bushwalker or traveller. About the Author: Leonard Cronin is one of Australia's foremost natural history authors. Trained as a biologist, he is a prolific writer of books and articles about the Australian flora, fauna and environment, bringing his own fascination with the natural world to the general reader. His books include the bestselling Key Guide series of field guides, Australian Flora, A Journey Through Ancient Kingdoms and Natural Wonders and The Australian Animal Atlas. He also contributes a monthly column about Australian wildlife to the ABC's Gardening Australia magazine. 
Price: 34.95 AUD
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Frogs of Australia # Reed Concise Guide, Marion Anstis
15 Frogs of Australia # Reed Concise Guide
Marion Anstis Australia New Holland Publishers 2017 1921517905 / 9781921517907 Soft cover New Book 12.8 x 9.4 x 1.5 cm 
A new title in our existing popular series of the Reed Concise Field Guides to Australian Wildlife. This is the ultimate pocket guide to the country's frogs. It may be diminutive in size but it punches well above its weight in terms of usefulness, jam packed with more than 200 images of all the species most likely to be encountered in Australia. For each of the 180 species accounts there is at least one photograph for identification and a brief written account listing key ID features, range and habitat, behaviour and call. The book covers all of the most common and widespread species likely to be encountered in Australia - from Striped Burrowing Frog and Short-footed Frog to Green Tree Frog and Common Eastern Froglet - along with some of the more unusual and scarce species to look out for - such as Southern Corroboree Frog, Green and Golden Bell Frog and Southern Gastric Brooding Frog. The easy-to-use layouts and small size make it ideal for taking on days out or walks in the bush. It is ideal for beginners or wildlife-watchers of an intermediate level, and also for children as a first book on frogs. About the Author: Marion Anstis has a lifelong interest in tadpoles and frogs. She is a Research Associate in Herpetology at the Australian Museum and has published dozens of papers on the subject. Her books include the highly acclaimed Tadpoles and Frogs of Australia - a comprehensive 832-page guide on the subject, which was published by Reed New Holland in 2013. 
Price: 14.95 AUD
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Tadpoles and Frogs of Australia *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***, Marion Anstis
16 Tadpoles and Frogs of Australia *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***
Marion Anstis Australia New Holland 2013 192151731X / 9781921517310 Hardcover New New Book 20.8 x 15 x 3.5 cm 
Tadpoles and Frogs of Australia by Marion Anstis is stunning, comprehensive, one-of-a-kind reference work on the life histories of Australian frogs. The eggs and tadpoles of Australian frogs has been a study waiting to happen for a very long time. Tadpoles and Frogs of Australia provides us with a unique, complete coverage of the life histories of the entire frog fauna of the Australian continent which will become a lasting contribution to frog conservation both nationally and globally. This 832 page book, with hard cover and dust jacket includes prolifically illustrated descriptions of all currently known adult frogs, and the eggs, tadpoles and metamorphs of most species. Full colour throughout with over 3060 photos and drawings, it is a must-have reference for amateurs, students and professionals. About the Author: Marion Anstis has had a life long fascination with the life history of frogs, and her quest for tadpole identification has culminated in her book Tadpoles of South-eastern Australia, which won the most sought-after prize in Australian zoological publishing, the 2002 Whitley Medal. Marion is also an accomplished artist and photographer of tadpoles and frogs. This is a heavy book weighing nearly 3.82kg. 
Price: 125.00 AUD
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Field Guide to the Frogs of Australia Revised Edition, Michael J. Tyler and Frank Knight
17 Field Guide to the Frogs of Australia Revised Edition
Michael J. Tyler and Frank Knight Australia CSIRO Publishing 2011 0643103988 / 9780643103986 Revised Edition Soft cover New Book 23.0 x 14.8 x 1.3 cm 
Field Guide to the Frogs of Australia by Michael J. Tyler and Frank Knight. Throughout much of the world, frog populations are declining and some species are disappearing totally. In Australia, several species have become extinct in the past 25 years. This revised and updated guide provides concise accounts of all the known frogs of Australia. There are 230 species within the five native frog families:Hylidae, Limnodynastidae, Microhylidae, Myobatrachidae and Ranidae. Also included are the introduced Cane Toad and nine stowaway species that have arrived in Australia. The text for each species includes details of size, status, distribution, habitat, behavior and advertisement call. Each species is accompanied by a map of Australia showing its known distribution, and a full-color painted illustration. Closely related frogs are shown in identical poses so that comparisons can be made readily. The introductory section of the book covers frog biology and habitats and includes notes on families and genera. KEY FEATURES * Revised and updated to include all known frogs of Australia * Covers 230 species within the five main frog families * Illustrations of species provide greater detail than photographs * Closely related frogs are shown in identical poses so that comparisons can be made readily 
Price: 49.95 AUD
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Wildlife of Greater Brisbane 2nd Edition: A Queensland Museum Discovery Guide *** Temporarily Out of Stock ***, Michelle Ryan
18 Wildlife of Greater Brisbane 2nd Edition: A Queensland Museum Discovery Guide *** Temporarily Out of Stock ***
Michelle Ryan Australia Queensland Museum 2007 0977594319 / 9780977594313 2nd Edition Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.8 x 2.9 cm 
Residents of the Greater Brisbane Region are privileged to live in one of the richest natural environments in Australia. From high mountain rainforest to the barest cityscape, the region is home to an astonishing variety of wild creatures, large and small, seen and unseen. Worms, snails, spiders, insects, fish, frogs, lizards, snakes, birds and mammals, many of them rare or endangered, survive alongside the region's 2.8 million human inhabitants, sharing their homes, backyards, parks and bushland. Whether biting ants, brilliantly coloured birds, or tiny marsupial mice, the native animals are impossible to avoid. This new edition of one of Australia's most successful wildlife guides features 100 extra pages of easy-to-read information and hundreds of brilliant, new full colour photographs. It describes the animals most likely to be encountered by residents and naturalists alike, and is a must-have book for anyone who cares about Australian wildlife. 428 pages. 
Price: 32.95 AUD
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An Introduction to Keeping and Breeding Australian Reptiles, Mike Swan and Damian Goodall
19 An Introduction to Keeping and Breeding Australian Reptiles
Mike Swan and Damian Goodall Australia Mike Swan Publishing 2010 0980366720 / 9780980366723 Soft cover New Book 20.9 x 14.8 x 1.5 cm 
An Introduction to Keeping and Breeding Australian Reptiles is the perfect all-round introductory guide for newcomers to the reptile keeping hobby. It covers a huge range of basic reptile species, which makes it much more convenient than buying individual beginners guides to each species of basic reptile. It includes a skill level rating for each species, distribution maps, suggested enclosure sizes, egg incubation times, heating techniques and temperatures, lighting, cager furnishings and much more. Published by Mike Swan Publishing, it is produced with the same quality as the first two titles which are amongst the highest selling reptile books in Australia. 194 pages. 
Price: 39.95 AUD 32.95 AUD 
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The Reptiles of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide, Patrick Couper and Andrew Amey
20 The Reptiles of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide
Patrick Couper and Andrew Amey Australia Queensland Museum 2012 0987268112 / 9780987268112 Soft cover New Book 14.9 x 10.4 x 0.5 cm 
Reptiles live in an amazing variety of habitats in and around Brisbane, including the city centre! This book introduces the reader to some of Brisbane's most surprising and distinctive residents. Turtles, Geckos, Legless Lizards, Skinks, Goannas, Dragons, Blind Snakes, Pythons, Back-fanged and Solid-toothed Snakes, Front-fanged Snakes, Invaders. 68 pages. 
Price: 11.95 AUD
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