How do salamanders move?

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Salamanders move using their feet and toes. Salamanders move quite similar to any four-legged reptile. The toes on the feet help grip the surface more accurately.
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Salamander
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Amphibia Order: Caudata
The word "salamander" can apply to all the amphibians in the Order Caudata or more specifically to the animals commonly known as salamanders or newts in the Family Salamandridae.
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