Series: Epic: Amazing Snakes!

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Ball Pythons by Davy Sweazey
Burmese Pythons by Emily Rose Oachs
Bush Vipers by Davy Sweazey
Death Adders by Davy Sweazey
Emerald Tree Boas by Emily Rose Oachs
Gaboon Vipers by Chris Bowman
Green Anacondas by Emily Rose Oachs
Inland Taipans by Chris Bowman
King Cobras by Davy Sweazey
Rainbow Boas by Chris Bowman
Spitting Cobras by Emily Rose Oachs
Western Diamondback Rattlesnakes by Chris Bowman

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Series description

From Bellwether Media (Publisher):

Slither into your seat and get ready to learn about some amazing snakes! This series will ambush you with exciting facts about how snakes look, move, hunt, and more. Each book has active photos and digestible text sure to capture your interest and pull you in. There is no escape!

Number of books in the series: 12

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