REPTILE BOOKS BY SPECIES

Books on keeping and breeding frogs in captivity cover all aspects of housing, feeding, breeding frogs as well as detail on individual frog species that can be kept in captivity. Australian frog books include A Guide to Australian Frogs in Captivity, Keeping Frogs, Field Guide to the Frogs of Australia, Field Guide to the Frogs of Queensland and Frogs and Toads.

 

Reptile Publications produce a number of captive lizard books including A Guide to Australian Lizards in Captivity, A Guide to Australian Geckos and Pygopods in Captivity, A Guide to Australian Monitors in Captivity, A Guide to Australian Skinks in Captivity, A Guide to Australian Dragons in Captivity, Keeping Australian Geckos, Keeping Australian Water Dragons, Keeping Bearded Dragons, Keeping Blue-tongued Lizards, Keeping and Breeding Pythons and more…

Python books and snake books in the Reptile Publications range of lizard books include A guide to Australian Snakes in Captivity—the Elapids and Colubrids, Keeping and Breeding Pythons, A Guide to Australian Pythons in Captivity, the Complete Children's Python, the Complete Carpet Python, The More Complete Chondro, Keeping Children's Python and Keeping Carpet Pythons.

 

Books on keeping and breeding turtles in captivity cover all aspects of housing, feeding, breeding turtles as well as detail on individual turtle species that can be kept in captivity. Australian frog books A Guide to Australian Turtles in Captivity, Keeping Long-necked Turtles, and Keeping Short-necked Turtles.

 

Amazing Facts about Australian Frogs and Toads
Steve Parish & QLD Museum
80 Pages
ISBN: 9781741933024
$19.95
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Amazing Facts about Australian Frogs and Toads


This title features information on:
How frogs and toads evolved
Six frog and toad families and their amazing adaptability
Secrets of prehistoric amphibians
Habitat


Life cycles (what they eat, where they breed and what their mating calls sound like) and also find out why many Australian frogs and toads are threatened with extinction.
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