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Scientists Discover Giant Leopard-Spotted Salamander Living In Florida
This giant salamander has spots like a leopard and fronds resembling a Christmas tree on its head.
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Since these animals need quality underwater rocky habitat, siltation is one of their biggest enemies. Siltation occurs when
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This Salamander Is Thought To Be The Longest On Earth
Karlo lives at Prague Zoo in the Czech Republic.
200-Year-Old Giant Salamander Found In Chinese Cave: Reports
The critically endangered animal is said to weigh more than 100 pounds.
Monster Salamander Metoposaurus Algarvensis Was A Triassic Terror
These days, salamanders are among the least intimidating creatures on the planet -- so harmless, they're commonly used a
Family Resorts Minutes From Washington, D.C.
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An easy escape from Washington, D.C. lies just across the Virginia state line. Here two resorts are nestled in Loudoun County, near Dulles Airport. Lansdowne and Salamander offer two very different experiences, but both have been designed with families in mind.
Salamanders Are Shrinking, Thanks To Climate Change
That hope is key, since salamanders and other amphibians, most notably frog species, are facing serious challenges to surviving
8 Newcomer Resorts Not to Miss
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Fall is finally here, so it's time to put your cool-weather travel plans in motion. Here are eight fabulous, unique, brand-new resorts that are the epitome of wellness traveling at its best.
Salamander Species Deemed World's Oldest, Beiyanerpeton Jianpingensis, Lived 157 Million Years Ago
Six specimens of this new species, now called Beiyanerpeton jianpingensis, were discovered in the Tiaojishan Formation, in
Rare Salamander Facing Extinction Due To Internet Trade
A rare salamander is being driven to the brink of extinction in the wild because of internet trading, conservationists say
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Newly Discovered Salamander Looks Like 'E.T.'
So it's not exactly adorable, but it's pretty amazing looking. Recently discovered on an expedition through Ecuador by Conservation
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