This book will be a useful guide and at the same time describe all 'breeding snakes belonging to the genus Lampropeltis, a group of snakes among the most bred in captivity and which has fans all over the world.
The relative ease of breeding, and the many attractive colors and many species and subspecies exist, are the reasons that have increased in scope terraristico, the number of these kinds of snakes.
In the United States and South America are many scholars who have studied and that are now in charge of the complex biology and ethology of this particular snake. In this regard it took to highlight some aspects of eating behavior that this animal looks in its natural environment.
||Mauro Grano, Cristina Cattaneo
||24 x 17 soft cover