are one of the most common types of Salamanders in
Europe and can live up to 50 years.
distinctive by their yellow and black colouring, which
on occasion is intermingled with variants of red and
are usually only active at night and are usually found
beneath leaves in a deciduous forest or in the trunks of
believed the nocturnal Fire
Salamander gained it's name by
remaining undetected inside trees being, cut for fire
wood, only to be see scampering away from the log pile
do emit certain amounts of
toxin when attacked or picked up and can
cause hypertension and/or allergic skin reactions.