Venomous Snakes: Ecology, Evolution, and Snakebite, Issue 70

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Zoological Society of London, 1997 - Nature - 276 pages
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In the search for snakebite antidotes, the ecology and Revolution of venomous snakes is of critical importance. No previous text has addressed both the medical aspects of snakebite treatment as well as the highly relevant ecological and evolutionary aspects. This book also presents an accessible introduction to venomous snake research that will appeal to the growing number of amateur enthusiasts, and will be an essential reference work for researchers involved in any aspect of venomous snake research, as well as those interested in the broader fields of ecology and evolution.

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About the author (1997)

Roger S. Thorpe, Wolfgang Wuster, and Anita Malhotra are all at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor.