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we found this in our dirt basement, if you know what it is let us know
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garrysfoto says ... on Thursday, Apr 1 at 2:23 AM
well i just checked and it is listed under older name, "garry paul" space bettween garry and paul
garrysfoto says ... on Thursday, Apr 1 at 2:01 AM
Its Called a yellow Spotted salimander.I also had one of them shown here on U-news about 2 years ago.If you serch my name on this pages search you should find it,and me.My old screen name was garrypaul,if its not under garrysfoto.
Garther says ... on Wednesday, Mar 31 at 8:39 AM
The spotted salamder, Ambystoma maculatum lives in hard wood forests and wil travel a long distance to lay eggs in the spring after a heavy rain. They live in the mid-eastern tates and i seen them by our pond at our walking trails in Unadilla.
sheilasmith says ... on Wednesday, Mar 31 at 8:06 AM
Thank you I will look it up
mamason says ... on Wednesday, Mar 31 at 6:32 AM
It is a spotted salamander.
T W says ... on Wednesday, Mar 31 at 6:31 AM
It is a spotted salamander! You can google it and find out all kinds of info about it.
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