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The Snake Scientist

Dr. Robert Mason studies an annual spring phenomenon on a wildlife area in Manitoba, Canada. There after wintering underground, harmless red-sided garter snakes emerge by the thousands — more snakes to be seen at one time than any place else in the world — captured in remarkable photographs and an effusive, informative text.

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