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Book details
  • Genre:PETS
  • SubGenre:Reptiles, Amphibians & Terrariums
  • Language:English
  • Pages:68
  • eBook ISBN:9780985293673

Turtles in Captivity

by Russ Gurley

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Overview
Turtles in Captivity by Russ Gurley   The keeping of freshwater turtles continues to be one of the fastest growing and most energized branches of herpetoculture.  In Turtles in Captivity, Russ Gurley, Director of the Turtle and Tortoise Preservation Group presents information and ideas that can help keepers enhance their work and help them provide more interesting and appropriate environments for their turtles.  This book contains captive care tips, indoor and outdoor enclosure ideas, and feeding information, as well as health concerns faced by many turtle keepers.  Also included are individual species accounts which include information and beautiful photos of the most exciting species being kept and bred by turtle hobbyists around the world.
Description
Turtles in Captivity by Russ Gurley   The keeping of freshwater turtles continues to be one of the fastest growing and most energized branches of herpetoculture.  In Turtles in Captivity, Russ Gurley, Director of the Turtle and Tortoise Preservation Group presents information and ideas that can help keepers enhance their work and help them provide more interesting and appropriate environments for their turtles.  This book contains captive care tips, indoor and outdoor enclosure ideas, and feeding information, as well as health concerns faced by many turtle keepers.  Also included are individual species accounts which include information and beautiful photos of the most exciting species being kept and bred by turtle hobbyists around the world.
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