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on July 5, 2004
I got this book along with receiving my new pair of green anoles and boy was I disappointed with the information! The title implies that this book is a "complete care guide", but that is far from the truth. There is no clear guidelines for exact temperatures, humidity or lighting. I was amazed at how they presented green anoles as a perfect "first pet" but then proceded to give little information for anything but an outdoor professional habitat inclosure. After reading this book I had no answers and only more puzzling questions.
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on June 29, 1998
Check out the section on Australian water dragons if you get this book. The photos are beautiful and the paper quality is great (glossy). Dick Bartlett is a good writer, having written not only several reptile manuals, but also many articles in Reptiles Magazine and the Vivarium. Please check out the Australian water dragons again. I have to find out where to get some because I want them...:-)
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on April 15, 2001
Very little help concerning water dragons. Better information can easily be found on the internet. Next to useless for the beginning water dragon owner.
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on September 16, 1998
Great book for a person just getting started with anoles,basilisks or water dragons.
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