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  1. Re: There's a frog in my shower (actually it's been living there for 5 months)

    As you say they are left handful only and it is due to their shape that they are of but according to me it is because of that the human are ruing their habitat. So I can say to get More Help that it...
  2. Re: 'Living fossil' giant salamander heading for extinction

    Well! The giant salamander lives in freshwater rivers and eating the creature was historically seen as taboo. The giant salamander is now regarded as a delicacy. I am a researcher to search for new...
  3. Re: Tree Frogs and UVB: Library of Congress Edition

    I always love to study about different species because I am a student of zoology and I love to read different articles on different species and animals. I have found this website very useful for...
  4. Re: European salamander at risk of extinction: study

    Wow! This post is really informative for us. I just sad to know that the European salamander is on a big risk of fungi disease that is killing them in large scale. I also have one Salamander lizard...
  5. Re: 'Living fossil' giant salamander heading for extinction

    Because they look for food underwater, newts and European salamanders have eyes that are shaped for seeing prey, and their mouth is shaped for sucking in prey. In the water-dwelling phase, newts have...
  6. Re: European salamander at risk of extinction: study

    Newts and European salamanders have long, slender bodies, long tails, sturdy legs, and poisonous skin. Some species have large skin glands that stick out from the head. Newts that have just gone...
  7. Re: My Pacman Frog: Does she have neurological issues maybe?

    Thanks for sharing such a great post. After reading your article I also think that your frog has some neurological issue and you should take it to any animal hospital for its treatment or else it...
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