byrukuri gangadhar shanmukha srinivas
name:-byrukuri gangadhar shanmukha srinivas
s/o:-B gangahdar and B malleswari
He is a young boy born to B gangadhar and B malleswari in the year 1997 dec 23.His aim is to become a writer,preserver,and scientist in the fieild of ophiology.which means that he loves to be as a snake friend in the world.In the part of it he wrote a book which is all about most of the snakelife and their behaviour.Though the matter is collected from the wikipedia he contributed himself in the field of ophiology.
book sail:- if you want to buy the book THE SERPENTS you can contact 9573647178.
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