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Snakes and Other Reptiles By: Mary Pope Osborne & Natalie Pope Boyce
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A baby albino snake
A baby albino alligator.
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Baby croc hitches a ride on mom!
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Leatherback Turtle = largest turtle in the world!
Baby turtles making their way to the ocean!
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Flying Snake taking off...
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