Rare Snakes of the Mountainous Forests of Northern Indochina

Nikolai L. Orlov

Abstract


Study of diverse fauna of snakes of mountainous forests in karst region of northern Indochina is very complicated because of extreme rarity of many species. Presentation into zooculture of these species is discussed as a practical base for the study of their biology and conservation.


Keywords


Reptilia; Ophidia; Indochina; faunistic; captive breeding

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30906/1026-2296-2019-2-%25s-179-183

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