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First field guide to Australian frogs & reptiles

by Pat Slater

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The First Field Guide to Australian Frogs & Reptiles introduces you to the differences between frogs and reptiles. It will help you recognise the different sorts of reptiles found in Australia and their characteristics, such as the fact that frogs and reptiles are both: vertebrate - they have spinal cords protected by backbones, and ectothermic - their bodies are as warm or cold as their surroundings. The guide makes identification simple by providing similar species information and hints on observing, recording and classifying. With detailed descriptions of over 50 species, the guide includes: colour photographs, interesting facts about behaviour, habitat information with maps, glossary, recommended references and index.… (more)

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