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Fire Salamanders (Salamandra) The first salamanders described, this diverse genus of species and subspecies can be found throughout Europe and the Near-East. They are the animals that first come to mind when most people hear the word "salamander".

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Old 20th August 2017   #1
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Default New Fire Salamander

I don't really know if he is counted as a big one or not. I would love to breed fires, so if anyone has good advices I would love to hear.
He is a male. He has few yellow markings on him, but his funny personality and bulky size makes it all up
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Old 21st August 2017   #2
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Nice Salamandra, which sub species ? S. salamandra salamandra ?



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Old 21st August 2017   #3
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yes, s.s.s.



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Old 21st August 2017   #4
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some more close ups
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Old 22nd August 2017   #5
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It's a nice salamander, but mixing species together in the same tub like that is very risky, especially with wild caught ones like those. Animals from different areas/countries can carry pathogens that can be fatal to other unrelated species.



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It's a nice salamander, but mixing species together in the same tub like that is very risky, especially with wild caught ones like those. Animals from different areas/countries can carry pathogens that can be fatal to other unrelated species.
This.

Nice animals though.



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Ok is it just me or does the yellow one look a lot like a tiger salamander?



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You have four animals here what do you think each of them is?



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Ok is it just me or does the yellow one look a lot like a tiger salamander?
That's because it is!



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