Sinister Snakes

Sinister Snakes

Book - 2003
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Introduces snakers and why they sometimes attack humans, and tells of some real-life snake attacks. Suddenly, something rises out of the grass. You have gotten too close to the nest of a poisonous cottonmouth--a snake that will do anything to protect her young...This actually happened to nine-year-old Frank Humphries and his dog, Dixie. It is rare for a snake to attack a human, but it does happen. In Sinister Snakes, author Elain Landau uses dramatic stories, along with full-color photographs, to explain what sometimes happens when people and snakes mix with each other. Anatomy, habitat, behavior, and diet information, as well as a Fast Facts section make this a must read for everyone interested in these fascinating reptiles.
Publisher: Berkeley Heights, NJ : Enslow Publishers, c2003
ISBN: 9780766020573
Branch Call Number: YS 597.96 LAN
Characteristics: 48 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 24 cm


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