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Re: read any good books lately???


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Posted by TimB on January 16, 2003 at 17:18:38:

In Reply to: read any good books lately??? posted by lynex17 on January 16, 2003 at 01:22:13:


:Hey All--
: I am very admitedly a newbie to keeping snakes (less than a year) but already have 1 kingsnake, a pair of jungle carpets, a black tail cribo, and a trio of taiwan beauty snakes that should be arriving in the morning. What books would you all recommend? i love pythons, drymarchon, and every ratsnake known to man.... I'm looking to get some good books for husbandry, breeding, parasites and treatment and anything else to further my knowlege. thanks for the help...
:Travis.

My two favorite snake books are Pythons of Australia, by the Barkers and Rattlesnakes, Portrait of a Predator by Manny Rubio. Both are loaded with good info and well written. Also Harry Greene's book. Cannot remember title, it may be Snakes, A Natural History.



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