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Alabama Salamander Gains Endangered Species Act Protection

Rare Aquatic Amphibian Gets 420 River Miles of Critical Habitat BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today protected Black Warrior waterdog salamanders under the Endangered Species...

New Discoveries: Heroic Herps

by Molly Michelson Heroic Mexican Mini Salamanders Thorius are teeny-tiny salamanders found in Mexico. First discovered 150 years ago, scientists thought there was only one species....

Science Class, a Salamander Saturday event

The Foundation for the Conservation of Salamanders (FCSal) would like to invite all DC-area residents to Science Class! This evening event is the grand finale...

New salamander chytrid disease brochures from Environment Canada available

To help prevent the introduction of the Salamander Chytrid disease into North America, Environment Canada, with input from the Salamander Health Working Group, has...

Prague Zoo Displays Probably The Largest Giant Salamander In The World

Prague Zoo Displays Probably The Largest Giant Salamander In The World - His Name Is Karlo And He Will Remain In Prague For Good. Karlo, who lives in...

Reuse Chopsticks, Save Salamanders

Common to the Asian dining experience, wooden chopsticks in a paper wrapper seem an innocuous part of dining out. Sadly, most of these chopsticks are...

Salamander Happy Hour

There will be drink and food specials as well as a silent auction and games.  All proceeds raised from this event will directly benefit...

Chinese Giant Salamander: millions farmed, nearly extinct in the wild

The Chinese Giant Salamander can grow to as much as a meter in length, but it is a mysterious and enigmatic creature threatened by...

Buy your own Chopsticks and help Save Salamanders.

Chopsticks was started in 2011 as a zoo keeper initiative. The primary goals of this project were to disseminate information about the deforestation for...

Cleaning up the Garbage Patch

“The trawls we did found little marine life, but lots and lots of plastic… I would say that we had hundreds of times more...