Brown Treesnake

Brown Treesnake

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Cherry Lake Publishing
How the Brown Tree Snake made themselves at home, disrupted the island's ecosystem, and created problems for its people and native animals.

Baker & Taylor
Looks at the qualities of brown tree snakes and examines how they became an invasive species in Guam, how they cause problems in their new environment, and the ways that people have attempted to deal with them.

& Taylor

Provides a global look at animals that have spread beyond their native habitats and taken over new territory, showing the challenges these invasive species pose and what is being done to stop their spread.

Publisher: Ann Arbor : Cherry Lake Pub., c2009
ISBN: 9781602792395
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill.,col. map ; 25 cm


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