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Wow, thank you for that. That seems to be quite the hot spot for them. Hoped to see them most my life and never found any on dozens of herping trips. Really nice to see theres a healthy population. Kudos, youre like the Indiana Jones of salamanders in my book. I salute you, thanks for the fuzzy feelings.



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Thank you! All of those were filmed within a 20 mile area. Populations are usually a few miles apart but its all on one mountain.



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That is truly amazing. Its very comforting to know. I've always worried about our Appalachian salamanders with all the mining and lumber stripping in some areas. Appreciate the peek into their little and often unobserved world. Is this a public mountain? I'd love to see and get pics of half the stuff youve filmed. Documentaries should take a break from the big bad mammals, killer crocs, most venomous ect and spend time on the little known and obscure. Dont get me wrong, I love all animals but I can only watch a big cat, giant reptile or other common shock and awe documentary so many times before its the same thing over and over. Seems to be less educational and more entertainment based nowadays. I wants to learn me some stuff too!



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Yeah man its public... There's two parks that about 10 miles apart and there's tons of trails connecting them. Theres a 43 acre lake and about 3,600 acres total in the area I herp. One day I wanna make a documentary... Little is known about a lot of the species I find and little is known about salamanders in general. Most people don't even know they exist and a well made documentary showing most of the species in the Appalachians would really help.. Hopefully I can make it happen one day.



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