Some fresh Salamandra photos

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After hot and dry season it's raining heavily and lots of salamanders got out from burrows to look for some food .
 

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A few shots more. Autumn forest is simply associated with these fearless dowdling creatures.
 

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Bored at another rainy weekend
 

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    @Lilith, fridging is not required for fungus treatment. Read my thread on treatment.
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