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Giant salamander

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This is a Chinese giant salamander, the world’s largest salamander. It can grow up to six feet long. It is highly endangered due to water pollution and harvest for the Chinese traditional medicine market. (by Andy Loves Hong Kong):

Oct 16, 2012 - This is a Chinese giant salamander, the world’s largest salamander. It can grow up to six feet long. It is highly endangered due to water pollution and harvest for the Chinese traditional medicine market. (by Andy Loves Hong Kong)

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Largest salamander in North America. Found in large streams and rivers of good quality. ~ photo by John MacGregor

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Diplocaulus is an extinct genus of lepospondyl amphibians from the Permian period of North America Reconstruction by Goro Furuta Possibly inaccurate as fossil body imprints suggest the presence of...

These Freaky, 170-Million-Year-Old Giant Salamanders Are Going Extinct

Once a staple in Chinese fresh water rivers, giant salamanders have been nearly wiped out of their natural habitat. Conservation efforts hope to turn things around for these "living fossils."

Eastern hellbender

Even on a hot July day, the creeks of Roane County are cold enough to need thick wetsuits. Outfitted with snorkels and fins, divers explore the shallow creek’s rocky bottom on a hunt for the elusive hellbender, North America’s largest salamander.

Scientists discover new species of giant salamander in Florida, and it looks like an alien

You’ll find plenty of interesting creatures if you march through a Florida swamp. There’s alligators and crocodiles of course, as well as various species of …