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Poisonous reptiles of the world

Doris Mabel Cochran

Poisonous reptiles of the world

a wartime handbook

by Doris Mabel Cochran

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Published by The Smithsonian Institution in City of Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Doris M. Cochran.
    SeriesSmithsonian Institution war background studies -- no. 10
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19462469M

    Home» Books» Poisonous reptiles of the world: a wartime handbook no. Poisonous reptiles of the world: a wartime handbook no. Cochran, Doris Mabel Smithsonian Institution, Creator: Cochran, Doris Mabel. Published: Smithsonian Institution, Subject(s): Natural and Physical.   Feared, revered, and often misunderstood, venomous snakes have been a source of legend and nightmare since time immemorial. In this comprehensive volume, author Mark O'Shea has combined expertly written, in-depth descriptions of the world's common and exotic venomous snakes, highlighted by previously unpublished gripping accounts of his adventures with snakes, including Author: Mark O'shea.

    About this book. Originally published in (Dept. of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery), now fully updated and colorized, this is the perfect practical guide not only to snake bite survival, but to understand and identify every venomous snake on the planet. Even if no life hangs in the balance, Venomous Snakes of the World is a. Download Venomous Snakes Of The World A Manual For Use By Us Amphibious Forces in PDF and EPUB Formats for free. Venomous Snakes Of The World A Manual For Use By Us Amphibious Forces Book also available for Read Online, mobi, docx and mobile and kindle reading.

    This book has to be the best work available on veneomous species. Topics covered (in excellent detail I might add), include evolution of venomous reptiles, the various types of venom (haemotoxic, neurotoxic etc), classification of venomous snakes by fang position and mobility, "venomoid" snakes, housing, security, rodent breeding (excellent chapter!), and species s: 5. The largest living snakes in the world, measured either by length or by weight, are various members of the Boidae and Pythonidae families. They include anacondas, pythons and boa constrictors, which are all non-venomous longest venomous snake, with a length up to – ft (– m), is the king cobra, and the heaviest venomous snake is likely to be the Gaboon viper.


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Originally published inand fully updated and colorized by Scott Shupe, Poisonous Snakes of the World is the perfect practical guide to not only snake bite survival, but to understand and identifying every venomous snake on the planet.

Even if no life hangs in the balance, this manual is a great reference guide for the outdoors enthusiast, the reptile lover, or anyone with a thirst for /5(13). POISONOUS SNAKES OF THE WORLD A MANUAL FOR USE BY U.S. AMPHIBIOUS FORCES NAVMED P by Department of the Navy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Book review in French-The book of snakes.

A life-size guide to six hundred species from around the world, par Mark O'Shea, Ivy Press, London, United Kingdom. : Mark O'shea. An excellent book showing the poisonous snakes of the world. The book is very well written about these fascinating reptiles, and gives very detailed accounts of where and what habitat they live in.

For those people (myself included) who collect venom a Reviews: The famous Navy manual, now updated and back in print. Originally published inand fully updated and colorized by Scott Shupe, Poisonous Snakes of the World is the perfect practical guide to not only snake bite survival, but to understand and identifying every venomous snake on the planet.

Venomous snakes are species of the suborder Serpentes that are capable of producing venom, which they use for killing prey, for defense, and to assist with digestion of their venom is typically delivered by injection using hollow or grooved fangs, although some venomous snakes lack well-developed venomous snakes include the families Elapidae, Viperidae.

Poisonous snakes of the world: a manual for use by the U. amphibious forces by United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; United States. Office of Naval Intelligence. Poisonous snakes of the world.

Feared, revered, and often misunderstood, venomous snakes have been a source of legend and nightmare since time immemorial. In this comprehensive volume, author Mark O’Shea has combined expertly written, in-depth descriptions of the world’s common and exotic venomous snakes, highlighted by previously unpublished gripping accounts of his adventures with snakes, including personal.

Originally published inand fully updated and colorized by Scott Shupe, Poisonous Snakes of the World is the perfect practical guide to not only snake bite survival, but to understand and identifying every venomous snake on the planet. Even if no life hangs in the balance, this manual is a great reference guide for the outdoors enthusiast, the reptile lover, or anyone with a thirst for.

Buy Venomous Snakes of the World: A Manual for Use by U.S. Amphibious Forces Revised, Updated ed. by Department of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Shupe, Scott (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s:   Feared, revered, and often misunderstood, venomous snakes have been a source of legend and nightmare since time immemorial.

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Originally published inand fully updated and colorized by Scott Shupe, Poisonous Snakes of the World is the perfect practical guide to not only snake bite survival, but to understand and identifying every venomous snake on the planet.

Even if no life hangs in the balance, this manual is a great reference guide for the outdoors enthusiast, the reptile lover, or anyon/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cochran, Doris M.

(Doris Mable), Poisonous reptiles of the world. City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution,   Suitable for professional snake handlers and armchair herpetologists alike, this extremely accessible book is an enthusiastic celebration of the diversity and beauty of venomous snakes es the secret world of venomous snakes, revealing their habitats, characteristics, and hunting and feeding behaviors Contains thrilling details Reviews: Mark O'Shea has combined expertly written, in-depth descriptions of the world's most common and most exotic venomous snakes with a gripping account of his adventures with these creatures, including several serious snakebite episodes, that have taken place all over the world.

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The longest species of venomous snake is the king cobra or hamadryad Ophiophagus hannah. Native to India and southeast Asia, it averages 3–4 m in length, but the longest specimen on record – captured in April near Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, and put on display at London Zoo – had attained a length of m by autumn.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this handsome, colorful volume, author W.P. Mara explores /5(9).The king cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) is the longest venomous snake in the world. Its bite delivers a tremendous amount of paralysis-inducing neurotoxins.

The snake’s venom is so strong and so voluminous that it can kill an elephant in just a few hours. Death also results in at least 50 to 60 percent of untreated human cases.