Lungless Salamander

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Lungless Salamander

Lungless Salamander

I observed lungless salamanders. They are little salamanders that are brown or spotted. I noticed some of them had eyes that stuck out.

The babies were also eaten by birds, turtles, fish, and frogs.

I saw a lungless salamander eat insects, small crustaceans, and sometimes worms.

I observed how the lungless salamanders defend themselves. They move in numbers and are quick and good at escaping capture.

While observing the salamanders, I watched them get eaten. Some of their predators are turtles, chipmunks and squirrels.

I watched a lungless salamander breath. I saw that they breath through their skin. I found a dead one and dissected it. I found that they also breathe through tissues in their mouths.


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