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Lizards Weird and Wonderful

by Margery Facklam

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316173460, Hardcover)

o you know the difference between a salamander and a lizard? Did you know that the largest lizards live in a habitat especially created for them by humans? In this highly informative book, Margery Facklam's enthusiastic and accurate writing blends with Alan Male's precise illustrations to describe 13 of these amazing creatures. Facklam and Male deliver an in-depth look into the fascinating world of lizards, from their quirky eating habits to the defense of their territory. Whether Lizards: Weird and Wonderful engenders a single book report or a lifelong interest, it is a book that captures the essence of a group of intriguing creatures.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:19 -0400)

Meet thirteen unusual lizards up close and see what makes them interesting.

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