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General Herpetology Natural History of Reptiles Whitened Set 2 [61 Images]

General Herpetology Natural History of Reptiles Whitened Set 2 [61 Images]

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Erpétologie Générale, ou, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles is a significant work in the field of herpetology (the study of amphibians and reptiles). This comprehensive natural history book was authored by Constant Duméril, Gabriel Bibron, and Auguste Henri André Duméril and was originally published in 1834.

The book provides a comprehensive overview of reptiles, including their taxonomy, biology, morphology, and distribution. It covers a wide range of reptilian species, from snakes and lizards to turtles and crocodiles. The authors present detailed descriptions and illustrations of these animals, making it a valuable resource for researchers, naturalists, and anyone interested in the study of reptiles.

Erpétologie Générale is known for its scientific rigor and contributions to the understanding of reptilian diversity. It remains an important reference in the field of herpetology and has played a role in advancing our knowledge of reptiles and their natural history.

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