Herptiles / Amphibians / Salamaders-Newts / Spring Salamander
 
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1 | The Spring Salamander is one of the largest species of the family of lungless salamanders, reaching over eight inches in length. Being semi-aquatic, it spends a good deal of time in the waters of springs, caves and mountain streams. It has an wide range in the north and eastern parts of North America. It is found from the Applachian Mountains and north, just into Canada. Submitted courtesy Ken Childs. 
Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT | Date: 05-21-07 | Resolution: 2313 x 1522 | ISO: 100 | Exposure Time: 1/200s | Aperture: 5.6 | Focal Length: 100.0mm | White Balance: Manual white balance | Flash: Flash fired
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