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Transcript of science project2
salamanders are also known as Plethodon glutinosus which is there scienctific name. even though salamanders are small they are still prey. some of there predators are.... the salamanders' some of their predators are their predators are their predators are... minks thier predators are minks their predators are minks their predators are... minks herons water shrew so they get eatten (as usual) but what do they eat? small invertebrate (gross) and insects (that's even worse) picture picture just photos of bugs here the climates salamanders live in are active all year round even in the north in spring till the freezing winter
small invertebrate (gross) and insects (that's even worse) salamanders use shaded ravines, floodplains, and caves for their shelter a salamander is a consumer in the ecosystem
female salamanders lay a clutch of 6-36 eggs
they lay their eggs underground or under a rotting log and guard it (like a good mama should)
salamanders take about 3 years to mature
unlike frogs salamanders don't have an aquatic larval stage a human impact that effects the salamanders is we are polluting water which they live in. we are all so tearing up dirt and they lay their eggs underground so we are wiping out a numerous amount of salamanders.
an abiotic factor that effects the salamanders is the temperature because, it can freeze the ground and the salamander's eggs are under it and the eggs can freeze along with the ground and kill the babies in the eggs.
a biotic factor for the salamanders is predator and prey and this effects the salamander's population.
work cited the cards in the back of the room (sorry don't know what they are called)