Is a Teton horse a salamander
that he can walk amid fiery flames unhurt, or do you think the Lord will show his might in your behalf, as in the days of old, and carry you harmless through such a furnace as you may see glowing beneath yonder red sky?
She would say, 'Take a salamander
,' as if a general should command a private to catch a Tartar.
If that will be YOUR married look, I, as a Christian, will soon give up the notion of consorting with a mere sprite or salamander
timber harvesting) can alter the moisture composition of upper soil and leaf litter layers, decreasing the ability for forests to support sensitive species, such as salamanders
(Welsh and Droege, 2001).
Biologists are hopeful this success will inspire the next generation of partners to continue the work necessary to ensure long-toed salamanders
persist in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.
Three tiny salamanders
with odd proportions were recently discovered by a team of scientists studying the critters from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Frogs, toads, and most salamanders
hatch in water from soft eggs covered in a clear jelly.
Cricket McKay is excited to find a long-toed salamander
population in her hometown, but then discovers that the salamanders
are having trouble migrating from a pond to their hibernation grounds.
In the United Kingdom and Germany, Bsal has been detected in captive salamanders
and newts (5,6).
Europe's spookily pale and blind cave salamanders
, called olms, include a dark form with what look like functional eyes, Susan Milius reported in "What's odd about a dark, big-eyed salamander
" (SN: 4/30/16, p.
Often, we may notice only a fraction of the hundreds of species present because many small animals, like salamanders
and frogs, are hidden from view.
All-ages rock band The Salamanders
presents their self-titled debut music album