What Do Newts Look like?


A newt is usually pale brown or olive green, with two darker stripes on the back and an orange belly. It can grow to lengths of 7 – 11 cm and has conspicuous spots on the skin, with the neck being pale than the rest of the body. A newt has an average lifespan of 6 years, but can also live for 20 years.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Amphibia Order: Caudata Family: Salamandridae
There is little distinction between the amphibians known as "newt" and "salamander" in Family Salamandridae. Some apply the name "newt" to those animals that live on land from late summer through winter... More »
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Newts have long tails while their body coating is brown or dark olive green with a speckled underside. Newts are often seen swimming and are active during most hours of the day when they are mating but retreat into hibernation during cold weather months.
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