Synopses & Reviews
As part of the larger Series, Corn Snakes describes how these brilliantly colored harmless snakes do well in captivity - if their owners know the fundamentals of housing, feeding, and general care. The book also describes the many subspecies native to both North America and Europe. There are approximately 50-75 full-color photos throughout.
Reptiles are among the more exotic pets -- and owning them can be a very fascinating and rewarding experience. Each of the first four volumes in this brand new series provides basic information on reptiles and specific instructions on care. All Reptile Basics Guidebooks start with a description of the animal's natural history, distribution, life expectancy, and notable characteristics. Information that follows focuses on selecting a good specimen, determining sex, providing proper caging, nutritious feeding, health care, and steps owners need to take if they plan to try breeding. Each book features from 50 to 75 full-color photos, line art, a bibliography, and an index.
These brilliantly colored harmless snakes do well in captivity -- if their owners know the fundamentals of housing, feeding, and general care. This book describes many subspecies native to both North America and Europe.
Describes the characteristics and behavior of corn snakes, explains their care requirements, and lists special health concerns.