How to Breed Fire Salamanders?

Answer The fire salamander is native to most of Europe and reaches a mature length of 8 to 12 inches. It is black with yellow spots, or yellow with black spots depending on the individual salamander's app... Read More »

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How to Breed Fire & Ice Bearded Dragons?

Fire and ice bearded dragons are also known as bearded dragon morphs or Pogona vitticeps. The fire and ice bearded dragons, also known as morphs, are known for their colors, which can be blood red,... Read More »

What breed of dog is considered the oldest American breed?

The American foxhound is thought to be the oldest American dog breed. The breed originated in 1650, and was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1886. The American foxhound is consi... Read More »

What is the name for baby salamanders?

Salamander is the name that is used to describe an entire group of adult amphibians that have tails. Salamanders grow from an egg and into a larval stage. In the larval stage, salamanders are known... Read More »

Salamanders of Georgia?

The scientific order caudata, or salamander, lists 420 living species worldwide. Of these species, 44 are found living in Georgia. The state's many wetland habitats and warm, moist climate make it ... Read More »