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Middle East Wildlife: An Introduction to Familiar & Dangerous Species in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan & the Middle East (Duraguide)by James Kavanagh
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Providing essential guidance for a myriad of circumstances and skill levels, this virtually indestructible series of pocket guides includes tips and tricks for exploring the outdoors as well as preparing for natural disasters. From studying wildlife and diverse environments to sound advice for hunting and boating enthusiasts, this collection is ideal for the everyday adventurer. Unlike bulky guidebooks, these waterproof, travel-size companions are perfect for navigating the wilderness, built to endure day hikes, fishing expeditions, and camping trips for years to come.
Delving into a part of the world that hosts one of the largest assortments of poisonous scorpions, spiders, and snakes, this examination focuses on the fascinating—and dangerous—region of the Middle East. Surveying the areas familiar and potentially harmful species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and insects, this guide also includes a first aid section on the field treatment of hazardous animal bites.
Home to one of the worldand#8217;s largest assortment of poisonous scorpions, spiders and snakes, the Middle East is a fascinating and#150; and dangerous and#150; wild region. This guide aids in the identification of familiar and dangerous species of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects in the Middle East. This nearly indestructible guide also includes a first aid section on the field treatment of dangerous animal bites. Wt. 1 oz.
About the Author
James Kavanagh is the author of more than 300 pocket guides on nature, science, travel, and languages. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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