Amphibians, Reptiles, and Their Conservation

By Crump, Martha L. & Crump, Marty

Publishers Summary:
Provides an overview of amphibians and reptiles, discussing common perceptions about these species, phobias, how humans impact their survival, and more.

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ISBN
978-0-20802-511-1
Publisher
North Haven, Conn. : Linnet Books, 2002.


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School Library Journal

Reviewed on January 1, 2003

Gr 6-10 The first chapters offer basic information about these two orders of animals and cover their anatomy, defense mechanisms, diet, communication, and reproduction, as well as such interesting oddities as a skink losing a tail to confuse a predator or a parent frog carrying eggs in its vocal sac. This information leads readers into the strength of the book, its detailing of problems confronting these animals, such as loss of habitat; changes in their...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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