Many of the amphibians in the United States are listed as endangered or threatened. Due to their unique biology and habitats, amphibians are very prone to depletion and mutation from pollution, habitat destruction, urbanization, and environmental change.
These animals, such as the eastern tiger salamander, are beautiful and rarely seen in the wild, but are now even harder to find due to dwindling populations. This gallery highlights salamanders, newts, frogs, and toads to display their amazing adaptations and biology.
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