Sea Turtle Health and Rehabilitation, edited by Manire, Norton, Stacy, Innis, and Harms, is a comprehensive publication covering sea turtle husbandry, health, medicine, and surgery. This text was written for a wide audience, including rehabilitators, biologists, and veterinarians. The editors' aim to combine the past 40 years of sea turtle veterinary medicine into one location was a great success. The editors themselves are responsible for more than 100 years of sea turtle experience, and have enlisted a cadre of experts to contribute to the writing of this book. The result is the most complete source of up-to-date information about sea turtle health.

The first section in the book contains two chapters and focuses on sea turtle life history and conservation, as well as rehabilitation. As with any good reptile book, a chapter focusing on life history is a must. In this...

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