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Pacific Giant Salamanders (Dicamptodon) Found only in the Northwest of the United States of America, the (currently) 4 species of this genus are the largest and heaviest land-living salamanders in the world.

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Old 9th December 2017   #1
Mozzy
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Default A few D. Tenebrosus from last year

These are pics taken from a trip I made last year to N. California. I saw both terrestial and aquatics, mostly aquatics of various sizes. The aquatic here was pretty big. I will guess about 11in.
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