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Natural History of Serpents [7 Images]

Natural History of Serpents [7 Images]

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An Essay Towards a Natural History of Serpents is a book written by Charles Owen, which was published in 1742. The book is an early attempt to provide a systematic account of the natural history of snakes and other serpents.

The book covers a wide range of topics related to serpents, including their anatomy, physiology, behavior, and distribution. It provides detailed descriptions of numerous species of snakes and other serpents, along with illustrations that depict their physical characteristics and habitats.

One of the notable features of the book is its use of firsthand observations and accounts of serpent behavior. Owen draws on his own experiences studying serpents in their natural habitats, as well as reports from other naturalists and travelers. He also includes information on serpent folklore and mythology from various cultures, providing a broader context for understanding these fascinating animals.

The work was an important contribution to the study of herpetology, particularly in its early stages. It helped to establish a framework for understanding serpent biology and behavior, and it set the stage for future research in this field.

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