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Lungless Salamander

Sorry, No Picture! The lungless salamander lacks both lungs and gills. This amphibian breathes through its slimy skin and through the skin lining the mouth. There are approximately 150 species found in Tropical America and North America. They range in length from 4 cm to 22 cm. Most species are land creatures. Lungless salamanders have common salamander characteristics such as long, slender bodies, rounded bellies, long tails and 4 agile limbs. [BM] {FW}
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