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Which is the fastest salamander in the world?
Salamanders usually move very slowly, although they can run quickly to get away from danger. Andean salamander is the fastest salamander species it can reach speeds of about 24 km/h (15 mph). Salamanders cant hear sounds, so they dont make any either.
What's the average life span of a salamander?
Salamanders live in rivers, swamps, forests and caves. Some spend their entire lives in water, while others migrate between water and soil for seasonal events like spawning. Most salamander species have lifespan about 10 to 20 years; but some species live up to 55 years.
What's the name of the Japanese giant salamander?
The Japanese giant salamander has been the subject of legend and artwork in Japan, in the ukiyo-e work by Utagawa Kuniyoshi. The well-known Japanese mythological creature known as the kappa may be inspired by this salamander.
What kind of sound does a salamander make?
Salamanders cant hear sounds, so they dont make any either. However, some species can hug the ground to pick up sound vibrations with their body. In regions where the temperature goes below freezing, they often hibernate. Amphibians are more diverse in the ways they reproduce than any other vertebrate group.