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by Raoul Bain,Nancy White
Author: Raoul Bain,Nancy White
Publisher: Bearport Pub Co Inc (January 1, 2009)
Category: Books for Children
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A A coral snake sheds its skin. About the Author Nancy White has written many science and nature books for children. She lives in New York’s Hudson River Valley. A Beautiful Snake Coral snakes are often called the most beautiful snakes in the world because of their bright colors. In North America, they have bands of red, yellow, and black that go completely around their bodies. In different parts of the world, the colors and patterns aren’t always the same.
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Fascinating information and stunning photographs will keep children engaged as they learn about the natural habitat, physical characteristics, diets, and behaviors of some of the most venomous and dangerous snakes in the world. Format:Library Binding.
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beware the colors! by Nancy White. Coral snakes, Juvenile literature. Includes bibliographical references and index. Published 2009 by Bearport Pub. in New York.
Coral snakes are small, vibrantly colored, highly venomous snakes. They have the second-strongest venom of any snake (the black mamba has the most deadly venom), but they are generally considered less dangerous than rattlesnakes because coral snakes have a less effective poison-delivery system. Coral snakes are separated into two groups: the Old World coral snakes and the New World coral snakes, according to Sara Viernum, a herpetologist based in Madison, Wisconsin.