world's weirdest reptiles
It’s not just about scales and shells – it’s about curious embellishments and unusual abilities and tricks of behaviour. The Australian Thorny Devil has two heads and only eats ants, the Galápagos iguana can shrink to save energy, the horned lizard squirts blood from its eyes to defend itself and there is lots more...
• Essential reading for reptile and world-record enthusiasts and nature lovers.
• World’s ‘Top Ten’ reptiles in each book – and more
• Dramatic photography
• Brilliant facts presented in a fun comic-strip style
• High interest and great reading-time books for reluctant readers.
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Lizards; Thorny devil; protected species; iguana; softshell turtle; gecko; reptiles; webbed feet; frilled lizard