Another fact is that they are relatively easy to take care of--provided that you
know ... If you are not sure what your salamander prefers, ask your pet shop or
run an ... on what season you are in so your sal can live like it would out in the
If you are collecting a wild specimen or two for captive care, please be aware of
local ... Keep in mind that a spotted salamander's body temperature will increase
rapidly .... Being the science teacher, we now have a class pet named "Spots".
How to Keep a Wild Pet Salamander. According to Nature Haven, there are
approximately 350 known species of salamanders in North America.
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Sep 23, 2012 ... these are our Estern red-backed salamanders, how to take care of them and ... +
michael atkins the best life for them would be in the wild ... know how to look after
pets u have a 10 gallon tank for 3 salamanders it has to be 10 ...
A salamander's diet largely depends on its environment, as some species spend
... many salamanders are kept as pets, causing many new owners to ask: What
do ... to know the diet of wild salamanders, but what do salamanders eat in
captivity? ... You do, however, need to keep a salamander's nutritional needs in
A wild pet salamander should always be kept in a cage, fed adequately, handled
infrequently, kept under very little light and in moderate temperatures.
Keep contact short to avoid raising your pet's body temperature to a dangerous
level. Also, keep your hands low to the ground when holding your salamander in
Feb 21, 2012 ... Although my interests are wide, newts and salamanders have always .... Stocking
the aquarium with live blackworms will keep your pets active ... There should be
little or no place for commercial collection of wild amphibians.
The average size of salamanders within the pet trade that make suitable pets
tend to be between 4-8 inches long. In the wild, salamander populations are ...
Learn how to care for pet tiger salamanders. ... It may be illegal to take them from
the wild where you live so I don't recommend going out and catching one.