Snakes: A Concise Guide to Nature´s Perfect Predators by Daniel Gilpin.

March 27, 2012 at 12:38 pm Leave a comment

Mos people have a healthy respect for snakes. The fact that the majority species are harmless, does not make people less wary. In most of the world´s countries there are snakes that can kill, and they do kill. The World Health Organization estimates that 100 people die from snakebites every day -that is around one every 15 minutes. yet, despite their fearsome reputation, snakes have a fascinating beauty, and aura few other creatures possess.

Larn the secrets of how snakes track down and target their victims and the sense that lets some snakes “see” prey in the dark.

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