ALLIGATORS AND CROCIDILES by Herbert Zim

ALLIGATORS AND CROCIDILES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Gavials, caimans, prehistoric phytosaurs, the Florida descendants of the beast the Spanish explorers termed el ligator, infest a gem of a book for anyone with a craving for crocodiles. Graphically illustrated by James Gordon Irving's detailed soft pencil drawings, there's some fascinating material here, attractively presented, on these reptiles and their habits. A must for the home museum or the junior science project and Zim has a pre-established young public.

Pub Date: Oct. 8th, 1952
Publisher: Morrow