Salamanders are found in different places depending on species. Marbled Salamanders (beautiful, btw) can be found under rotting logs. Some salamanders are found in rock crevices while many other are found in streams and under rocks in those streams. If you're searching for salamanders, the key is to stick close to water or moist areas.
Small salamanders look like big fat tadpoles with large gills.
Salamanders, like most amphibians, live in or near fresh bodies of water. However, chemicals like pesticides and weed killers are carried there by runoff. Unfortunately, like other amphibians, salamanders are very susceptible to such chemicals.
Salamanders look like a lizard which is not that is very slimy.
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Salamanders are becoming extinct because it is being hunted by predators and it's natural habitats are being destroyed
Salamanders look somewhat similar to lizards.
Salamanders are amphibians which look rather like large newts.
there usually bright colors like red or orange
Salamanders look like lizards. They have a long body, a long tail, and four legs.
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