Where Do Salamanders Live?

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Salamanders live in aquatic, semi aquatic or land habitats depending on the type of species. They are sometimes referred to as newts in Europe, categorised as amphibians and mainly resemble lizards.
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Salamander is the common name applied to approximately 500 species of amphibians typically with slender bodies, short legs, and long tails. The moist skin of these amphibians usually
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Salamanders are in the same family as toads and frogs but they belong to the order Caudata because they have tails. While they may often be mistaken for lizards, they differ in that
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Salamanders only live in wet areas and you will find them in in every country except Australia, Africa and Antarctica. There is a number of different types of Salamanders.
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