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LATEST REVIEW!

'Life in a Shell - a physiologist's view of a turtle'

by Donald C. Jackson

The shell is a defining characteristic of turtle species, and it's difficult to think of a turtle without first imagining its protective covering.

When you look deeper, however, you begin to understand that the cumbersome shell has far more function. This title documents Jackson's career with turtle physiology, and explains how their physiology has been sculpted by the evolution of the shell.

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BOOK REVIEWS:


'Life in a Shell -
a physiologist's view
of a turtle'

by Donald C. Jackson


Highly recommended!

'The Savannah Monitor Lizard: the truth about Varanus exanthematicus'

by Daniel Bennett and Ravi Thakoordyal

Highly recommended!

'Reptiles and
Amphibians' -
(DK Handbooks)

by Mark O'Shea
and Tim Halliday

Recommended!

'Terrariums for
your new pet'

by Mervin F. Roberts



Not recommended!




FOOD AND DIET REVIEWS:


Wilko 'Turtle and
Terrapin Complete Food'

A 'complete diet', high in protein with reduced vitamin D3 levels. Mixture of pellets and freeze dried crustaceans.

Not recommended!