Herptiles / Amphibians / Salamaders-Newts / Western Lesser Siren
 
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1 | The Western Lesser Siren has a large range in the eastern part of North America from Indiana south through Florida in the United States. It is a long, eel like salamander that can reach up to just under twenty inches in length. They have bushy gills, a flat tail, short legs and are generally gray, brown or olive in color. They inhabit the edges of lakes or muddy vegetated ponds, and can travel across land from one watery home to another. Submitted courtesy Ken Childs. 
Photographer: unknown | Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT | Date: 07-02-07 | Resolution: 2931 x 1977 | ISO: 400 | Exposure Mode: Easy shooting | Exposure Time: 1/60s | Aperture: 4.0 | Focal Length: 100.0mm | White Balance: Auto white balance | Flash: Flash fired, auto
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