$I"Dr. Harold Heatwole is the world expert on sea snakes and this exceptional book is a testimony to the breadth and depth of his knowledge.
This attractive edition is easily the single most informative source on the biology of sea snakes…"$I Harold K. Voris, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago.
$I"Naturalists, divers, students and
professional herpetologists alike will welcome this new edition of Harold Heatwole's$I Sea Snakes. $IIt provides new insights into the lives and habits of a small but fascinating coterie of snakes - most of them highly
venomous - and the variety of adaptations they have evolved for surviving and thriving in the sea."$I-- Hal Cogger, Australian Museum, Sydney.
"$ISea Snakes is a true find that is momentous to marine
ecology and reptile conservation.$I"--Jake Burroughs, $INotes From Noah$I, Vol. XXXVII, No. 4
$I"I highly recommend this volume to both students and teachers of herpetology as well as serious lay
readers. Its comprehensive coverage even suggests that a course devoted to the biology of aquatic snakes may soon be an attractive offering.$I--Harold K. Voris, $IHerpetological Review$I, December 1999
$I"The photographic quality is excellent…This is undoubtedly an interesting book for anyone interested in herpetology in general and specifically snakes."$I--Alan H. Wilkie, $IThe Herptile$I, March 2000.
"Sea Snakes $Iis a high class book with fine illustrations…I can only give positive statements and a warm recommendation$I", Thomas Cedhagen, Fil. Dr.--$ISnoken$I, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2000
$IIt is hoped
that the availability of Hal Heatwole's excellent book will encourage more sea snake work. No Herp library is complete without it.$I--Rom Whitaker, $IHAMADRYAD$I, Vol. 25 No. 2, December 2000