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Books and articles
Scott has published five books, papers and his photography has appeared in numerous books. Scott wrote his first paper which was on keeping black snakes at the ripe old age of 18. About 19 more papers were to follow.
Scott was then approached to write two books in a Guide To Keeping series. He consequently then wrote A Guide To Australian Snakes in Captivity and A Guide to Australian Frogs in Captivity. These books are a couple of years hard work. Both these books received great reviews by peers. Keeping a lot of these species helps! Three other books that Scott has written are in the Australian Geographic series. Dangerous animals of Australia and Frogs of Australia. These two were co-written with Peter Rowland. The third in the Australian Geographic series, this time co-written with Tie, A Naturalist's Guide to the Snakes of Australia.
Scott’s photography has taken him all over Australia, and gotten him published in quite a few books. He also has been asked to share some of his knowledge at various reptile meets, shows, fish groups, expos etc.
Tie also has had photos published in many books, co authored scientific papers with Scott and others. Tie has also successfully kept and bred quite a lot of our native reptile and amphibian species. Her first book A Naturalist's Guide to the Snakes of Australia received great reviews.
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This just a fraction of the 11,000+ images we have in our library. High resolution images are available for use in advertising, education as well as publications such as books, magazines and calendars. If you are looking for something in particular that you are unable to find here have a look at our Flickr page (hit the button below) or contact us directly. Contact us for image related enquiries. We will have what you need - or can get it for you through our network of other professional wildlife photographers.