Lizards: A Natural History of Some Uncommon Creatures--Extraordinary Chameleons, Iguanas, Geckos, and More

Voyageur Press, 2006 - 160 sivua
In an easy-to-read conversational tone, David Badger provides a general overview of lizards and then digs deeper, exploring the specific characteristics and behaviors of 29 species of chameleons, geckos, skinks, anoles, iguanas, monitors, and other lizards. He discusses physical characteristics and behaviors of lizards, the natural history of selected species, the curious relationship between lizards and humans, and the current threats to lizard populations and their habitats. Featuring 102 full-color photographs by the late renowned nature photographer John Netherton, Lizards is a fascinating look at a fascinating creature.

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Lizards: a natural history of some uncommon creatures, extraordinary chameleons, iguanas, geckos, and more

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With the death of Netherton, this book will be the last collaboration between the gifted photographer and journalism professor Badger. Like their earlier volumes, Frogs and Snakes, this work is ... Lue koko arvostelu

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David Badger is a professor of journalism at Middle Tennessee State University.

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