iHERP Australia Reptile Magazine Edition 4

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iHERP Australia Magazine Edition 4

iHerp Australia is an Australian based magazine dedicated to herpetology and the growing hobby of keeping reptiles and amphibians. The magazine features special interest articles, field herpetology, information on captive maintenance, research and the latest news. There something in the reptile magazine for everyone – from those with an awakening interest in keeping reptiles, to the industry professional with a scientific perspective. The content of each issue of the magazine is carefully balanced by the most experienced editor of popular herpetological material in Australia, so that all of our readers can derive something useful, thought provoking, or of interest
iHERP Edition 4 includes

Jewel of the Rainforest: The Emerald Tree Monitor in Captivity.
Titanus Fever: The extraordinary story of the world’s largest insect.
Charmed? Snake charming in present-day India.
A Lymphatic Workout: Nathan Checuti and the bite that broke the internet.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101
A Visit to the Vet
Food for Thought
A Good Book
Frequent Flyers. The gliding frogs of Borneo.
‘Taipan Territory.’ An iconic species in a forbidding landscape.

iHERP Australia Magazine Edition 4

iHerp Australia is an Australian based magazine dedicated to herpetology and the growing hobby of keeping reptiles and amphibians. The magazine features special interest articles, field herpetology, information on captive maintenance, research and the latest news. There something in the reptile magazine for everyone – from those with an awakening interest in keeping reptiles, to the industry professional with a scientific perspective. The content of each issue of the magazine is carefully balanced by the most experienced editor of popular herpetological material in Australia, so that all of our readers can derive something useful, thought provoking, or of interest
iHERP Edition 4 includes

Jewel of the Rainforest: The Emerald Tree Monitor in Captivity.
Titanus Fever: The extraordinary story of the world’s largest insect.
Charmed? Snake charming in present-day India.
A Lymphatic Workout: Nathan Checuti and the bite that broke the internet.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101
A Visit to the Vet
Food for Thought
A Good Book
Frequent Flyers. The gliding frogs of Borneo.
‘Taipan Territory.’ An iconic species in a forbidding landscape.

iHERP Australia Reptile Magazine Edition 4
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