6 edition of Biography of a Komodo dragon found in the catalog.
Biography of a Komodo dragon
Alice Lightner Hopf
Traces the life of the world"s largest lizard from infancy to adulthood.
|Statement||by Alice L. Hopf ; illustrated by Jean Zallinger.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.L29 H66 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||80011637|
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The term dragon has no zoological meaning, but it has been applied in the Latin generic name Draco to a number of species of small lizards found in the Indo-Malayan region. The name is also popularly applied to the giant monitor, Varanus komodoensis, discovered on Komodo, in Indonesia. This article was most recently revised and updated by Adam. Scientists have known about osteoderms in Komodo dragons since at least the s, when naturalist William D. Burden noted their presence .
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Get this from a library. Biography of a Komodo dragon. [Alice L Hopf; Jean Zallinger] -- Traces the life of the world's largest lizard from infancy to adulthood. A memoir from Walter Auffenberg and his son Kurt is followed by the latest information on Komodo dragon biology, ecology, population distribution, and behavior.
The second part of the book is dedicated to step-by-step management and conservation techniques, both for wild and captive dragons. The latest of Hopf's animal biographies makes a fairly interesting story out of a female komodo dragon's life from shortly after hatching until the hatching (unattended by the mother) of her own eggs.
The komodo begins life timidly, seeking out food with her ""smelling"" tongue and scuttling back to her tree; she ends up, with her mate, the largest dragons on Biography of a Komodo dragon book island. The Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is a species of lizard that lives in the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Rincah, Flores, Gili Motang, and Gili Dasami.
It is the largest living lizard. They grow to an average length of 2–3 meters (approximately –10 ft) and weigh around 70 kg ( pounds). Komodo dragon bites can be very dangerous, and they sometimes attack : Reptilia. Dear Komodo Dragon by Nancy Kelly Allen with illustrations by Laurie Allen Klein takes a unique approach to introducing young readers to the life of the Komodo Dragon by shaping the text as letters exchanged between pen pals.
A young girl, who aspires to be a dragon hunter, sets out to learn all she can about her Komodo Dragon correspondent/5. story of the komodo dragon Download story of the komodo dragon or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get story of the komodo dragon book now.
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The biography of Joan Procter describes her love of reptiles as having a passion for reptiles/5. The Komodo dragon is the biggest lizard in the world. In fact, a Komodo dragon can grow to be 10 feet (3 metres) long.
If a full-grown man laid down next to a Komodo dragon, the dragon would be a lot bigger than the man. The Komodo dragon can weigh up to pounds ( kilograms). That is as much as two average men weigh. Joan Beauchamp Procter FZS FLS (5 August – 20 September ) was a notable British zoologist, internationally recognised as an outstanding worked initially at the British Museum (Natural History) and later for the Zoological Society of London, as the first female Curator of Reptiles at London short life was afflicted by chronic ill-health, but she undertook Awards: Honorary Doctor of Science (), University.
"Whimsical artwork and an empowering story make this biography of a lesser-known woman scientist truly charming."—Booklist, starred review "An inspirational biography with exciting depictions of a variety of reptiles, including a pet Komodo dragon, that will keep any child interested—whether reading on their own or with a group."—/5(92).
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"Whimsical artwork and an empowering story make this biography of a lesser-known woman scientist truly charming."-- Booklist, starred review "An inspirational biography with exciting depictions of a variety of reptiles, including a pet Komodo dragon, that will keep any child interested—whether reading on their own or with a group." About Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor.
For fans of Ada Twist: Scientist comes a fascinating picture book biography of a pioneering female scientist–who loved reptiles.
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Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor: the Woman Who Loved Reptiles by Patricia Valdez tells the incredible story of an amateur scientist who studied reptiles but who was most famous for her relationship with the first live Komodo Dragons sent to the London Zoo in What would happen if a Komodo dragon and a king cobra met.
What if they had a fight. Who do you think would win. This nonfiction reader compares and contrasts two ferocious reptiles. Kids learn about the Komodo dragon and king cobra's anatomy, behavior, and more.
This book is packed with photos, charts, illustrations, and amazing facts. >Contributor:Jerry Pallotta is an award /5. The Komodo Dragon is the largest species of lizard in the world.
It can grow up to 10 feet long and weigh up to pounds. The Komodo Dragon is covered with a scaly skin that is a speckled brownish yellow allowing it to be camouflaged and hard to see when sitting still.
It has short, stubby legs and a giant tail that is as long as its body.A little girl has an unusual pen pal—a Komodo dragon. As they exchange letters, she learns about this endangered species and is spurred to action. In a series of amiable and funny letters, Leslie, a dark-haired girl with olive skin, and Komo, a Komodo dragon living on Komodo Island, share personal information as any two human pen pals would.
The komodo dragon’s bodies are covered by hard thick. scales which protect them from all sorts of dangers. When they are adults they can grow up .