Nature. The reptiles

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Chicago, IL : Distributed by Questar, c2003.
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1 videodisc (112 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Not rated.


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9781594640100, 1594640106


General Note
Double program. These programs were originally broadcast as part of the Nature series on PBS. Both programs c2000.
General Note
Original broadcast on PBS as part of the Nature series in 2000.
Creation/Production Credits
Editors, Lyndon Matthews, Chris Godden, David Pearce, Vincent Pipe ; music, Robert Neufeld.
Howard McGillin, narrator.
Program 1, Snakes: Snake experts, some of which have been bitten hundreds of times, hunt and handle these slithery creatures giving you insight into their biology and behavior. Also shows how snakes can be beneficial to humans.
Program 2, Lizards: The most diverse of the reptiles, the more than 4,000 different lizards include ones that can walk on water, dance on the sand, and change their appearance to suit their needs, or to save their lives. This program looks at various lizards in the wild and also in zoos and as pets.
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Not rated.
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DVD; Dolby Digital.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Harvey, R., Paine, B., McGillin, H., Matthews, L., Godden, C., Pearce, D., Pipe, V., & Neufeld, R. (2003). Nature . Distributed by Questar.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Rob Harvey et al.. 2003. Nature. Chicago, IL: Distributed by Questar.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Rob Harvey et al.. Nature Chicago, IL: Distributed by Questar, 2003.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Harvey, Rob, et al. Nature Distributed by Questar, 2003.

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