The Anatomy of Reptiles is a unique and inclusive reference written for veterinarians, comparative morphologists, and reptile hobbyists. It not only combines snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodilians under one cover, but it fills a void that becomes more apparent daily as the pet reptile
population continues to grow. Included are all aspects of anatomy from several representative species in each class such as snakes (Boa, Python, Lampropeltus, Crotalus), lizards (Iguana, Varanus, Chameleo=Furcifer), turtles (Chrysemys, Terrapene, Geochelone, Caretta), and crocodilians. It includes both soft tissues and skeletal anatomy and it combines photographs of fresh dissections paired with labeled drawings to make the anatomy clear and accessible. It is designed to be user-friendly
(large print and lies flat when open) and it presents anatomy in a clear, concise, and easily accessible manner. The Anatomy of Reptiles will become the reference of choice for any veterinarian, herpetologist, comparative morphologist, or hobbyist who needs to know about the structure and internal design of their patients, pets, or subjects.