Herptiles / Amphibians / Salamaders-Newts / Eastern Newt
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1 | The Eastern Newt, as it's name suggests, is found in the eastern part of North America. these little critters have three distinct life stages. As larva they are aquatic while juveniles (called eft or red eft) are terrestrial. As dults they are primarily aquatic though they may venture onto land occasionally. Adults can be anywhere from a green-brown to a yellow-brown in color. Submitted courtesy Ken Childs. 
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