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Remarkable Reptiles

Discover the world's extreme reptiles, from the Thorny Devil with two heads to the rather aptly named Stinkpot Turtle

Tom Jackson Vladimir Jevtic

96 pages
Beetle Books

Raucous Reptiles presents extreme and extraordinary species from the world of snakes, lizards, tortoises, turtles and crocodilians. All the featured creatures represent the biggest, weirdest, sneakiest and deadliest reptiles in the world; showcased through dramatic photography and their own comic-strip style stories. More than a sprinkling of humor accompanies these awesome reptilian tales. The text is accessible, fun and full of page-turning facts designed to make reading-time a much looked forward to event. Who wouldn't want to read about:

. A snake weighing in at 550lb.

. The Black Mama's "kiss of death"

. A Stinkpot Turtle who stinks to fend off attack.

. The Australian Thorny Devil who has two heads.

In addition to the comic-strip stories, are stunning full-page photographs and extra bite-size facts, which allow you to get up close and personal with these extreme beasts without having to come across them in real life (PHEW!) It certainly makes for a brilliant, highly sensational read!

Author Bio
Tom Jackson has written about 200 books over 25 years - his specialities are natural history, technology and all things scientific. Tom studied zoology at Bristol University and has worked in zoos and as a conservationist. He's mucked out polar bears, surveyed Vietnamese jungles and rescued wildlife from droughts in Africa. Writing jobs have also taken him to the Galapagos Islands, the Amazon rainforest and the Sahara. Vladimir was born and live in the Republic of Serbia. In 2015, he graduated as an illustrator and book designer from the Faculty of Applied Arts at Belgrade's University of Arts. He followed with a Master's in Academic Studies in 2016. Vladimir has drawn caricatures and illustrations for the popular weekly magazine Politikin Zabanik and illustrated children's books You Can't Go In (2016) and Ola the Ostrich (2017).