Largest of salamanders the Chinese giant

Salamanders
Salamanders

Salamanders are generally short-bodied, four-legged, moist-skinned animals of about 10-15cm long. Many are camouflaged, though others have boldly patterned or brightly coloured bodies. The largest salamander is the Chinese giant salamander, which grows to 1,5m in length. -

Salamanders are generally short-bodied, four-legged, moist-skinned animals of about 10-15cm long. Many are camouflaged, though others have boldly patterned or brightly coloured bodies. The largest salamander is the Chinese giant salamander, which grows to 1,5m in length. -

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