Tread Lightly: Venomous and Poisonous Animals of the Southwest
by Rich and Margie Wagner
It may be strikingly beautiful, but will it strike? And if it does, what should you do?
Potentially dangerous animals crawl, scurry, and slither along the desert floor. Learn about
their habitats, reproduction cycles, feeding habits, and hiding spots. We'll tell you what
to do if you are bitten, stung, or harmed by one of these potentially deadly creatures - but
more important, we'll teach you how to avoid dangerous situations in the first place. Great
photos and entertaining to read, this book provides a wealth of information about
venomous and poisonous animals, including rattlesnakes, scorpions, Gila monsters, tarantulas,
black widow and brown recluse spiders and more. Also included are "look-alike" harmless animals
that are often mistaken for their dangerous counterparts. 55 color photos.
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