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WildlifeCampus: New Snakes & Reptiles Course

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WildlifeCampus: New Snakes & Reptiles Course

WildlifeCampus is particularly pleased to announce the launch of our latest offering: Advanced Snakes and Reptiles of the Highveld and Lowveld. Written by renowned expert and snake handler in this field, Ian Dewsbury, this Course covers the identification, classification, characterisation, reproduction, description and distribution of the 89 species of larger reptiles and snakes endemic to the Highveld and Lowveld regions of South Africa. It has been designed for both those wishing to obtain a good overview of the subject as well as the serious student whose objective is a more in-depth knowledge. Enhanced by over 500 illustrations, photographs, maps, tables and a comprehensive assessment, this course provides an in-depth look at Tortoise and Terrapin Species, Crocodiles, Monitors & Chameleons, Blind and Thread snakes, Pythons, Burrowing Snakes, Typical Snakes, Cobras and Mambas, Vipers and adders as well as Un-resolved snake species. The Course also includes Snake Identification Software and concludes with First Aid for Snake bite (for those not paying attention to the previous 16 Components Laughing out loud ) The Course sells for R 505 as a freestanding Certificate course. All WildlifeCampus subscribers have complete access to the full Course free of charge. (Subscribers automatically get access to every course available, including every new course offered and is excellent value). For anyone still wanting to Subscribe, you may do so at any time for R 200 per month (by credit card) or R 225 per month (by direct deposit). To all students and Visitors, a Free Component for this course - Cobras and Mambas - can be accessed from our Hompage - www.wildlifecampus.com. This course will substantially enhance your enjoyment of the bush, providing a crucial understanding of one of our more misunderstood groups - The Snakes & Reptiles. Sincerely Your WildlifeCampus Team 3 April 2007