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May 25, 2022


Skydiving salamanders live in world’s tallest trees

(Thanks to Peter Metrinko and Al Barkafski)


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I heard from an unreliable source that skydiving salamanders are endangered in Florida. It seems the snakes and iguanas are attracted to falling food.

I hate to say it. Shudder. That flying squirrels do the same thing.

The trick is to see how high they bounce.

She turned me into a newt aerial salamander .. I got better ..

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