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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of salamanders

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Derived Form of salamanders

root word: salamander
plural: salamanders
root word: salamander
Noun: salamander
any of various typically terrestrial amphibians that resemble lizards and that return to water only to breed
Hyponymsalpine salamander, ambystomid, amphiuma, climbing salamander, dicamptodon, dusky salamander, eastern red-backed salamander, European fire salamander, giant salamander, hellbender, lungless salamander, mud puppy, newt, olm, olympic salamander, Pacific giant salamander, siren, slender salamander, spotted salamander, web-toed salamander, western red-backed salamander,
Type ofamphibians,
Typesalpine salamander*, ambystomid salamander*, ambystomids, amphiumas, blind eel*, climbing salamander*, congo eel*, congo snake*, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis*, Dicamptodon ensatus*, dicamptodons, dicamptodontids, dusky salamander*, eastern red-backed salamander*, European fire salamander*, fire salamander*, giant salamander*, hellbenders, lungless salamander*, Megalobatrachus maximus*, mud puppy*, Necturus maculosus*, newts, olms, olympic salamander*, Pacific giant salamander*, Plethodon cinereus*, Plethodon vehiculum*, plethodonts, Proteus anguinus*, Rhyacotriton olympicus*, Salamandra atra*, Salamandra maculosa*, Salamandra salamandra*, sirens, slender salamander*, spotted salamander*, tritons, web-toed salamander*, western red-backed salamander*, worm salamander*,
See alsosalamandriform,
reptilian creature supposed to live in fire
Hypernymsmythical monster,
Type ofmythical creature*, mythical monster*,
fire iron consisting of a metal rod with a handle; used to stir a fire
Synonymspoker, stove poker, fire hook, salamander,
Hypernymsfire iron,
Type offire iron*,

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  1. Giant Chinese Salamanders are nearly blind and feed mainly on smaller salamanders, worms
  2. For example, we came across toads, blue spotted salamanders, and even a northern red bellied
  3. salamanders house geckos
  4. Frogs, salamanders, and crayfish would eat both pharaoh ants and polyrhachis ants that
  5. Then at about 170 million years ago appear the very first salamanders and newts.
  6. salamanders
  7. They'll eat anything that gets close to their mouth. They really don't care. Tell your salamanders have huge appetites. Here's the last one
  8. you start looking like one of those cave salamanders they find living deep underground.
  9. They spotted frogs and salamanders with extra legs,
  10. So the salamander runs away from its burning home.Thus starting the myth of salamanders
  11. well as salazzle being female only, as there are a few species of salamanders that are
  12. The forest was alive with salamanders
  13. These creatures are better known as salamanders.
  14. Now different from some salamanders species
  15. these salamanders actually have fully developed lungs
  16. including a few lungfish, salamanders, flowering plants, and a fern.
  17. Animals with huge genomes, like those weird salamanders and lungfish,
  18. As for what the deal is with those salamanders and lungfish
  19. Some researchers think salamanders built up a larger genome early on in their evolution,
  20. - And, it supports toads and salamanders