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North american wildlife: mammals, reptiles, amphibians field guide

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Detailed, specially drawn full-color illustrations of 230 species of mammals, 300 reptiles, and 200 amphibians in natural, realistic settings. At-a-glance identification capsules pinpoint behavior patterns, field characteristics, coloring, habitat, and more.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published May 4th 1998 by Readers Digest
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Miguel Mezquitic
May 07, 2014 Miguel Mezquitic rated it really liked it
Mammals, reptiles, and amphibians is a book to browse through as well as a guide for identifying animals. You can use it to learn about all the kinds of animals for example how the Lion hunts its prey, which North American lizard is the only venomous species in the world. You can also distinguish the harmless milk snake from the dangerous copperhead, or to recognize all the patterns of the painted turtles, the coral snake's vibrant rings, and the sleek lines of the striped chorus frog. This book ...more
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May 07, 2014 Blast rated it liked it
Recommends it for: scouts, hunters, naturalists
Shelves: survival, outdoors
Pretty basic book of animal tracks but it does include lizards, turtles and other reptiles/amphibians. Most tracking books only cover mammals. It's a bit large to take on a long backpacking trip but not to heavy for an afternoon in the woods.
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