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Amphibian. Salamander. Amphibians Class. All amphibians are cold-blooded. Amphibians live in each continent except for Antarctica. An average amphibian grows smaller then other vertebrates. Salamander Adaptation.

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amphibian
Amphibian
  • Salamander
amphibians class
Amphibians Class
  • All amphibians are cold-blooded.
  • Amphibians live in each continent except for Antarctica.
  • An average amphibian grows smaller then other vertebrates.
salamander adaptation
Salamander Adaptation
  • The Cave Salamander has a special organ that helps it locate different chemicals in the water.
  • Some salamanders make a fluid which is poisonous to other animals.
  • Salamanders have a long tails which they use for swimming.
salamander details
Salamander Details
  • The average length of a salamander is usually one inch to five feet.
  • The ones that are five feet are the Giant Salamanders.
  • Many salamanders have dark moist skin and blend in their habitat.
  • Salamanders been known to live 30 salamander years in the wild and 50 salamander years tamed.
salamander feeding and diet
Salamander Feeding and Diet
  • The salamander eats slugs, spiders, and insects.
  • They also eat baby mice and small frogs.
  • It also eats baby snakes.
salamander habitat
Salamander Habitat
  • Salamanders live in water and hide underneath the gushy river.
  • They creep from side to side to rocks and squirm under wood.
  • Some move towards the surface on showery nights.
salamander continent
Salamander Continent
  • Salamanders live in all continents except Antarctica and Australia.
interesting facts about salamanders
The salamander spends half of their life in water and half on land.

It looks like a lizard, but is related to frogs and toads.

They are shy and not dangerous.

The Giant Salamanders are found in China and Japan and it weighs up to 50 pounds.

Interesting Facts About Salamanders
bibliography
Bibliography
  • http://www.worldbookonline.com
  • http://web.ebscohost.com
  • http://www.enchantedlearning.com
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