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'
Frogs and Toads, Newts and Salamanders, and Caecilians.
Salamanders and newts are an order of amphibians and are called Caudata. Until recently, the name Urodela was used.
No, newts and salamanders belong in the Herp family
No. Salamnders and newts are two different species.
Richard Griffiths has written: 'Newts and salamanders of Europe' -- subject(s): Newts, Salamanders
Newts and salamanders are both amphibian, they both look like lizards and they both belong to the Urodeles order. Technically, newts are smaller and has a shorter tail than salamanders.