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Do you even know what a salamander is? let read a bit about them before going back to main content.

salamander, (order Caudata),Β any member of a group of about 740 species of amphibians that have tails and that constitute the order Caudata. The order comprises 10 families, among which are newts and salamanders proper (family Salamandridae) as well as hellbenders, mud puppies, and lungless salamanders.
Salamanders are nocturnal. Some salamander species can be poisonous and some even have teeth. Some salamanders and frogs have tongues up to 10 times as long as their bodies. The largest salamander in the world in the Chinese Giant Salamander.
Salamanders eat many small animals, fromΒ insects to spiders to worms. They consume several creatures that people consider pests including slugs, mosquito larvae, and flies. They will also sometimes eat other salamanders.
Thing are not that quite as it used to be in this video, the behavior of the salamander was quite amazing since they are not that aggressive in nature. This salamander probably wanted to save it’s life

The video captures an extremely fierce fight between an iguana and a viper. The salamander actively attacked the opponent first, but was bitten by a dangerous venomous snake.

Although not as immune to venom as other snakes, salamanders have hard, thick skin. Therefore, the snake was unable to inject venom into the opponent.

In addition, the salamander was constantly tossing and thrashing, making the snake seem completely helpless. Due to the physical disadvantage, the snake was unable to resist.

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