Amphibians and Reptiles: An Introduction to their Natural History and Conservation
Author: Marty Crump
Details: 249 pages, autographed copy, recommended for grades 5 and above
Description: Amphibians and Reptiles is a lively and comprehensive introduction to the fascinating world of two very important groups of animals. Written by Marty Crump, a prominent herpetologist and long-established advocate of amphibian and reptile conservation, the reader will learn about the biology, ecology, and natural history of these animals, their disappearance throughout much of the world, their causes of their disappearance, and how human beings can help save them. The book concludes with a chapter on how kids can help protect and preserve amphibians and reptiles.
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