Newts are a group of salamanders belonging to the family Salamandridae. (All newts are salamanders, but not all salamanders are newts) In North America there are two genus of newts, the Eastern newts and the Western newts.
Frank Indiviglio has written: 'Newts and salamanders' -- subject(s): Newts as pets, Newts as pets., Salamanders as pets, Salamanders as pets. 'Seahorses'
No, newts and salamanders belong in the Herp family
Richard Griffiths has written: 'Newts and salamanders of Europe' -- subject(s): Newts, Salamanders
No salamanders/Newts do not eat turtle food all the turtles food dose is make the salamanders/newts cage stink.
No...newts and salamanders are both amphibians (like frogs); however, newts are a little bigger than the common salamander. Also, newts are more of a water amphibian while salamanders tend to prefer moist areas like under logs and such.
There are different types of spotted salamanders. Depending on the color there are many types. My personal favorite is the red spotted newt. Newts and salamanders are pretty much the same thing but newts live more in water. Salamanders also can live in the water but you will mostly find newts there. Different kinds of spotted newts/salamanders are: Black and yellow spotted, Blue spotted, and Red spotted salamanders/newts.
Yes, so do Salamanders