Salamander Facts For Kids For Kids Ages 6-8
In the Clouducated Kids Nonfiction Book, Salamander Facts For Kids, you will learn many interesting facts about salamanders.
Salamanders and frogs are amphibians. Some salamanders live in aquatic habitats. They live in lakes, ponds, rivers, creeks, streams, and swamps. Some salamanders live on land. Their habitat is damp, dark places under rocks, rotting logs, dead leaves, and in burrows where they can keep their skin wet and moist.
Salamanders look a little like lizards with their long slim bodies and tails and four short legs. But salamanders have smooth, moist skin like frogs instead of dry, scaly skin like lizards. Salamanders shed their skin or molt as they grow just like lizards. They usually eat their skin after they shed it because it contains nutrients.
In Salamander Facts For Kids you will learn:
- Are Salamanders Cold-Blooded Amphibians?
- Do Salamanders Have Bones?
- What Do Salamanders Look Like?
- How Big Are Salamanders?
- What Are Newts?
- Where Do Salamanders Live?
- Do Salamanders Lay Eggs?
- Where Do Salamanders Lay Their Eggs?
- Do Salamanders Take Care of Their Young?
- What Do Salamanders Eat?
- How Do Salamanders Hunt?
- Do Salamanders Have Enemies?