The tiger salamander is the largest terrestrial salamander in North America. Sometimes they are referred as mole salamanders because of their preference to spend most of their time underground and under rotting logs.
- They are primarily nocturnal and spend most of their time underground in burrows.
- Both as adults and larvae, they have exhibited cannibalism.
- Salamanders are mistaken as lizard, but salamanders are amphibians.
|Conservation status||Least Concern|
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