Types of Salamanders?

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There are three types of salamanders. There is the total aquatic salamander, the semi aquatic and the completely terrestrial. Most of the terrestrial salamanders are found in the Southern Appalachians.
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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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There are many types of salamanders. There is the spotted, northern red, eastern red-back, four-toed, and blotched tiger, just to name a few.
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1. Take pictures of different salamanders. Marshy areas and places close to water are good places to look for salamanders. View the pictures on the computer. Observing the salamander's
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there are more than 300 species and i will name a few. here is some. Giant salamanders. Included in this family are the giant salamander (Megalobatrachus japonicus) of Japan and the
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The smallest species of salamander is the Thorius arboreus which is only
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Its a red-backed salamander.thats the actual name scientific name Plethodon cinereus.
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