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Poisonous Dwellers of the Desert

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Poisonous Dwellers of the Desert
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Publisher: Southwestern Monuments Association
ISBN/ASIN: B071Y28J2G
Number of pages: 53

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Some of the creatures living in deserts are known to be poisonous to man. It is the purpose of this booklet to discuss accurately the various poisonous dwellers of the desert, as well as to debunk some of the superstitions and misunderstandings which have developed.

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