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I just got a new little tiger salamander yesterday! And I mean little. I’ve never seen a tiger salamander so small! He came into the store with a shipment of small waterdogs, and they told me he morphed after a few days! They didn’t have him in an terrestrial set up, but he is more than happy to venture around the land in his new home. I assume this is the small morph of tiger salamander. I have yet to decide on a name, any ideas?
 

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Just as a reference for how small this little dude is, here he is next to Salaman. Mind you, he already has a lot of color!
 

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I'm assuming you don't house them together right? I got nervous just looking at the little one so close to the big one's mouth. I know my tiger would try to snap anything that size up in a heartbeat!
 

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My salamander is even smaller than yours. How much more has yours grown since August?
 
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    I have a tiger salamander and i got him as a gift , recently it looks like something has been eating at his tail! Almost like its dissolving..? Ive checked that there is no other bugs in the closure, ive also ben giving him salt baths but its inly getting worse. Sorry if its much hahaha im just super worried!😓
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