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Giant Japanese Salamander
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Giant Japanese Salamander
The Japanese Giant Salamander (Andrias japonicus) is the second largest salamander species in the world, only just barely beaten out by the giant Chinese salamander. It averages a meter in length and can weigh up to 25 kg.


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Posted by nova on December 4, 2006
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