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  1. tenaflyviper:

    A classic.

    (via suchlikeandsoon)

  2. flickr-beard-power:

    Beard Photo Submission - Thank You!

    Follow:  http://flickr-beard-power.tumblr.com/

  3. dendroica:

    A private collector has donated the body of a double-headed fire salamander to the Martin Luther University in Halle, Germany. The man in question attempted to raise the animal by feeding both heads separately and was successful for six months before the [amphibian] died. Picture: Action Press / Rex Features (via Pictures of the day: 13 February 2013 - Telegraph)

  4. mygearsarestartingtotremble:

    (via Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis - Oregon Ensatina)

    I’m just going to share all the cute herps I find for the duration of my herpetology class.

  5. scientificillustration:

    De salamandrae terrestris vita by BioDivLibrary on Flickr.

    Berolini :sumptibus Dunckeri et Humblotii,1827..
    biodiversitylibrary.org/page/2943559

  6. scientificillustration:

    De salamandrae terrestris vita by BioDivLibrary on Flickr.

    Berolini :sumptibus Dunckeri et Humblotii,1827..
    biodiversitylibrary.org/page/2943557

  7. heffydoodle:

    Wilhelm Eigener’s “Reptiles and Amphibians of the World”, 1958

    SET VI: Newts, Salamanders & Caecilians

    1. Great Crested Newt, Alpine Newt
    2. Fire Salamander
    3. Tiger Salamander, Axolotl
    4. Iberian Newt
    5. Japanese Giant Salamander
    6. Hellbender
    7. Olm
    8. Ringed Caecilian
  8. jonnyskov:

    A 5 foot long salamander eating a fish whole.

  9. modestmariner:

    Two beautiful Spotted Salamanders

  10. chin-up-soldier:

    Terrarium Project
    4’ x 3’ x 18”

    (via it-aintthe-whiskey)