Rattlesnakes of the Grand Canyon
Gordon Schuett, PHD
Charles Smith , PHD
Rattlesnakes of the Grand Canyon is the first publication in the ECO Natural History Series. This new line of books will emphasize presenting animals and plants in their natural settings. Rattlesnakes of the Grand Canyon (131 pp.) details the natural history of the eight species of rattlesnakes that live in this spectacular region and treasure known as the Grand Canyon. It is replete with new color images of rattlesnakes in their habitat. Information about them is up-to-date and accompanied by an abundance of references. Importantly, the book is accessible to the curious novice yet highly useful for the professional biologist. It contains many fresh insights into these remarkable animals. Written by research biologists who have studied rattlesnakes extensively, Rattlesnakes of the Grand Canyon is a must for every kind of naturalist.
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