Reptile Keepers Guide To Corn Snakes
Reptiles are among the more exotic pets - and owning them can be a very fascinating and rewarding experience. Each book in the Reptile and Amphibian Keeper's Guides provides basic information on reptiles and specific instructions on care. Each book begins with a description of the subject animal's natural history, distribution, life expectancy, and notable characterieistics. The information that follows focuses on selecting a good specimen, determining the sex, providing proper caging, nutritious feeding, health care, and steps owners need to take if they plan to breed.
- As part of the larger Series, Corn Snakes describes how these brilliantly colored harmless snakes do well in captivity - if their owners know the fundamentals of housing, feeding, and general care. The book also describes the many subspecies native to both North America and Europe. There are approximately 50-75 full-color photos throughout.
- Other exotics featured are: Bearded Dragons;ISBN 0-7641-1125-6, Green Iguanas; ISBN 0-7641-1126-4, and Leopard and Fat-Tailed Geckos; ISBN 0-7641-1119-1.
- Paperback / 48 Pages / 5 5/8 x 8 3/16 / 1999
Part #: SBR1120
Item Name: Reptile Keepers Guide To Corn Snakes