Are Yellow Spotted Salamanders Poisonous?

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Yellow spotted salamanders are not poisonous. However, they contain a toxic substance which helps to defend themselves from predators. These lizards are easy to recognise because they are spotted and they mostly like to live in swamps.
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Yellow spotted salamanders eat insects such as crickets, centipedes and ants. They will also eat smaller salamanders. They are also known to eat worms and beetle larva.
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It is a whatever you know. ANS 2. It's a small amphibious lizard.
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Yellow Spotted Salamanders dig homes into the ground, so their
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