The Snakes of Ontario

The Snakes of Ontario

Author: Eugene B. Shelley Logier

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924002873614

Category: History

Page: 116

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In an easy, conversational manner, the author gives a general account of snakes--what they are, how they travel, their instinct and intelligence, how they feed, their reproduction, hiberation, shedding of the skin, defences usefulness--and discusses popular beliefs and fear of snakes.
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Pages: 116
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Categories: History
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In an easy, conversational manner, the author gives a general account of snakes--what they are, how they travel, their instinct and intelligence, how they feed, their reproduction, hiberation, shedding of the skin, defences usefulness--and discusses popular beliefs and fear of snakes.