Monsters of the World: Six-Legged Salamander

Salamanders come as two-, four- and six-legged species, or so it would seem.

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Exclusively found in active volcanic reginos, the six-legged salamander exudes a venomous milk that can extinguish flames.  Its third pair of legs may have originally evolved from wings.

Salamander Featured

In appearance, only the number of legs separates this salamander species from the common salamander.

In the featured image, you can see a two-legged salamander, yet another wondrous species.

Information mostly taken from Dr Ernest Drake’s Monsterology Handbook.

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