giant salamander


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Related to giant salamander: Cryptobranchidae, Pacific giant salamander
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Noun1.Giant salamander - large (up to more than three feet) edible salamander of Asiagiant salamander - large (up to more than three feet) edible salamander of Asia
salamander - any of various typically terrestrial amphibians that resemble lizards and that return to water only to breed
genus Megalobatrachus, Megalobatrachus - giant salamanders; in some classifications included in the genus Cryptobranchus
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Some specific examples of large species that need to be focus of conservation activities, as listed by the authors, include the whale shark, Atlantic sturgeon, Somali ostrich, Chinese giant salamander and the Komodo dragon.
The Chinese giant salamander can grow to be six feet in length.
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Key words: Coastal Giant Salamander, Dicamptodon tenebrosus, habitat, salinity, tidal
In Boise, 14-year-old Ilah Hickman lobbied since he was 9 on behalf of the Idaho Giant Salamander, only to be thwarted by lawmakers worried about protecting another species.
The southern Chinese city of Shenzhen suspended 14 police officers and put a police chief under investigation on Tuesday on suspicion of feasting on an endangered giant salamander, state media reported.
The Coastal giant salamander, Dicamptodon tenebrosus, and the Cascade torrent salamander, Rhyacotriton cascadae, often occur together in Oregon Cascades streams (Nussbaum, 1976; Hayes, 2005; Jones and Welsh, 2005).
Home to over 450 species of flora and fauna, you can also marvel at endangered river giants such as the Giant Salamander, Freshwater Stingray and Mekong Giant Catfish.
THE Chinese giant salamander is the world's largest amphibian, growing up to six feet.
Local and landscape-scale influences on the occurrence and density of Dicamptodon aterrimus, the Idaho giant salamander.
His future ambition is to find and film a weirdlynamed pink fairy armadillo in Argentina and a giant salamander in China, and he envies big-budget series such as David Attenborough's which can span the globe and its wonders.