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The Tail Dipped Smiling Salamander

A very rare salamander indeed. This very friendly species is often seen in herds like these.

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Vernal Equinox, with Frogs!

Happy Spring Equinox! After a brief moment of nearly equal day and night, the sun crosses the celestial equator as it moves north along our ecliptic, and Earth’s northern and southern hemispheres are evenly illuminated. 229 more words

Nature

Kings of War - Salamander army progress

I picked up some GW Lizardmen and Empire models to try to convert some Ancients on Rhinosaurs models from Saurus cavalry and to make some Corsairs infantry. 134 more words

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FROGGY

(11/5/2014). A solitary Pacific tree frog has taken up residence near the gazebo. There may or may not be more than one, because each evening I hear it from a different direction – but close by. 213 more words

Why do the salamanders cross the road?

I can’t say that I like salamanders but I have an affection for them. My summer job at age 13 was feeding strips of beef liver to their cousins, Mexican axolotls, in the… 163 more words

Memoir

Animal Welfare – Understanding the Needs of Amphibians

The penguins living at the Polk Penguin Conservation Center are not the only water-dependent species being studied by the Detroit Zoological Society’s Center for Zoo Animal Welfare (CZAW). 526 more words

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Lovesick Amphibians Close Road in Poconos

MIDDLE SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP — Love is in the air in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

Part of River Road is closed overnight so drivers don’t squash spotted salamanders, wood frogs, and spring peepers on their way to breed. 299 more words

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