Pacific Giant Salamander
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Pacific Giant Salamanders

One of the largest terrestrial salamanders in the world, the Pacific Giant can reach up to 13 inches long when full-grown! These salamanders prefer to live near clear, cold streams in mountainous forest areas. They eat other salamanders, lizards, mice and even some snakes. Our Best Management Practices, which prevent harvests and chemical spraying near waterways, help ensure these salamanders continue to thrive in our forests.

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