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Corn Snakes & Other Rat Snakes

by Patricia Bartlett

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These snake-hobbyists' favorites range in color from red through orange, yellow, brown, and gray. All are powerful constrictors, and are commonly found in the Western Hemisphere from southeastern Canada to Central America , as well as in Europe and Asia. This heavily illustrated book avoids technical language while offering sound advice and reliable information to current and soon-to-be pet owners. Written by animal specialists, veterinarians, and trainers, the titles in this series focus on pets of all kinds--different dog and cat breeds, birds, fish, reptiles, small animals, yard animals, and even exotic pets. All Pet Owner's Manuals are filled with high-quality photos and instructive line art.

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Because corn and rat snakes are brilliantly coloured, harmless to humans, and do well in captivity, they have become popular reptiles to own and breed. This book provides information on feeding, caging, breeding and health. Originally published: 1996.… (more)

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