2 edition of snakes of India and Pakistan. found in the catalog.
snakes of India and Pakistan.
K. G. Gharpurey
|LC Classifications||QL666.O6 G4 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||sa 63004052|
OCLC Number: Notes: Previous editions published under title: The snakes of India. "A world survey of dangerous snakes (by Mr. R.K. Golikere)": p. Of the Big Four, the common krait is responsible for the most snake bites, followed by the Russell's viper, the saw-scaled viper, and the Indian cobra. Treatment [ edit ] A polyvalent serum that effectively neutralizes the venom of all of the Big Four snakes is widely available in India, and is frequently administered to save lives.
2 days ago Pakistan in 16 months till July last year imported anti-rabies and anti-snake venom vaccines worth of Rs billion from India. ALSO READ | Pakistan's COVID caseload reaches 2,83,; death. Pakistan is home to the Indian or red sand boa, the largest member of the boa (Boidae) family found in India. Boas are relatively primitive snakes, retaining several characteristics of their limbed ancestors, such as a pelvic girdle and small back claws or spurs where back limbs once grew.
Many of the species covered are also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Each species account includes a description, scalation, natural history, and distribution map. Other sections include snakebite, snake people in India, laws protecting snakes and . One of the best of the few snake parks in India, Katraj Snake Park is housed in the much more modest Rajiv Gandhi Zoological is a plenty of reptiles including Indian rock python, king cobra and Russell’s are over 22 species of snakes, 10 other reptiles and the park boasts of a whopping number of total individuals. The park organizes various snake awareness programs.
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Handbook of the snakes of India, Ceylon, Burma, Bangladesh, and Pakistan (Annals of zoology) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Beni Charan Mahendra (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link snakes of India and Pakistan.
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Snakes of India: The Field Guide concisely describes more than species of snakes, both venomous and non venomous. Many of the species covered are also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Buy this book if you want to learn about the diverse snake species of is a high quality book in all respects,it makes me wish I could collect the awesome snakes found in color photos alone are worth the price.I checked it out at the library but will now have to buy ating by: Description: This book presents a field guide to the snakes of India.
It describes various species of Indian snakes, venomous and non-venomous, and makes easy identification possible through clear photographs. It also has general facts about snakes, symptoms of and remedies for snakebite, and provides a checklist of Indian snakes.
There are 97 species of Serpentes (snakes) found in Pakistan. Family Boidae (boas) - 2 species Eryx johnii (Indian sand boa or red sand boa) Eryx tataricus speciosus (Tartar sand boa) Gongylophis conicus or Eryx conicus (rough-scaled sand boa) Family Colubridae (colubrids) - 32 species.
It concisely describes more than species of snakes, both venomous and non-venomous. Many of the species covered are also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Snake identification is made easy through stunning photographs and includes many of the color variations found in Indian s: 4.
Pakistan is the host of sixty-seven snake species consisting of the commonly harmless non-venomous colubrids to the deadly vipers, cobras, kraits, pythons, thread snakes and sea snakes. The 4 venomous species of snake responsible for most cases of snake bites and deaths on the Indian Subcontinent (Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, and India etc.
are. 2 days ago Pakistan in 16 months till July last year imported anti-rabies and anti-snake venom vaccines worth of Rs billion from India. Pakistan is largely dependent on India for import of anti-rabies and anti-snake venom vaccines as the National Institute of Health lacks the capacity of manufacturing the vaccines according to the demand in the country.
India has the highest number of deaths due to snake bites in the world w–50, people dying per year according to World Health Organization (WHO) direst estimates. In Pakistan, 40, bites are reported annually, which result in up to 8, fatalities. The following is a list of snakes of South Asia, primarily covering the region covered by mainland India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, parts of Myanmar and the Andaman and Nicobar Island chains.
All families are covered except for the Colubridae which is found forms part of the complete list of reptiles of South Asia and India in particular have the. Snakes of India and Pakistan by Gharpurey, K.g. at Pemberley Books. The Pemberley Bookshop.
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Subjects: Snakes -- India. Snakes. India. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. This book is a concise introduction to the fascinating world of snakes in India.
It provides basic facts about snakes in general, their natural history, senses, feeding habits, reproduction patterns and locomotion. There are also sections on snake- catchers, conservation, laws protecting snakes, snakebite, and myths and beliefs. Snakes of India: The Field Guide Written by one of the most celebrated herpetologist, working extensively in the Southern part of India.
The book has some very clear and precise pictures for the species which are very helpful for beginners in the field.
Also, the edge of pages are colour-coded according to the snake's toxicity (Non-venomous Reviews: The following is a list of reptiles of South Asia, primarily covering the region covered by mainland India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, parts of.
The Indian cobra (Naja naja), also known as the spectacled cobra, Asian cobra, or binocellate cobra, is a species of the genus Naja found, in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bhutan, and a member of the "big four" species that inflict the most snakebites on humans in India.
It is distinct from the king cobra which belongs to the monotypic genus Ophiophagus. Pakistan in 16 months till July last year imported anti-rabies and anti-snake venom vaccines worth of Rs billion from India.
Pakistan is largely dependent on India. This book presents a field guide to the snakes of India. It describes various species of Indian snakes, venomous and non-venomous, and makes easy identification possible through clear photographs. It also has general facts about snakes, symptoms of and remedies for snakebite, and provides a checklist of Indian s: 1.
the lack of readily available and informative books on the subject. The pictorial handbook is, therefore, presented to fill the void. The pictorial handbook, written in simple but scientifically accurate language, is aimed a serving as an introduction to the marine reptiles of India.
The book is .This is the definitive color field guide to Indian snakes aimed at both amateurs and specialists. It concisely describes more than species of snakes, both venomous and nonvenomous. Many of the species covered are also found in Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka/5(5).Context.
In the first decade after Pakistan gained independence after the partition of India, "Pakistan considered its history to be a part of larger India's, a common history, a joint history, and in fact Indian textbooks were in use in the syllabus in Pakistan." The government under Ayub Khan, however, wished to rewrite the history of Pakistan to exclude any reference India and tasked the.