The Life of Animals | Newt | Like all members of the order Caudata, Newts are characterized by a frog-like body with four equal sized Limbs and a distinct tail. One theory Is that the de-differentiated cells are related to tumor cells, since the which chemicals tumors in other animals Produce Will Produce additional Limbs in Newts The term "Newt" has traditionally been seen as an exclusively functional term for salamanders living in water, and not a systematic unit.

Other species present in Europe are the Iberian ribbed Newt (Plurodeles waltl), the which is the largest of the European Newts, the Pyrenean brook Newt (Calotriton sp.) The European brook Newt (Euproctus sp.) And the Alpine Newt (Mesotriton alpestris ). In North America, there are the Eastern Newts (Notophthalmus spp.), Of the which the red-spotted Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) is the most abundant species, but it is limited to the area east of the Rocky Mountains. The three species of coastal or Western Newts are the red-bellied Newt, the California Newt, and the rough-skinned Newt, all of the which belong to the genus Taricha, the which is confined to the area west of the Rockies

In Southeast Asia and Japan, species commonly encountered in the pet trade include the Fire belly Newts (Cynops spp.), The paddletail Newts (Pachytriton spp.), The Crocodile Newts (Tylototriton spp.), And the warty Newts (Paramesotriton spp. ). In the Middle East there are the spotted Newts (Neurergus spp.) The sexually mature stage was also Called an newte, with similar etymology roots linking an newte, Newt, "euft", and EFT: "small lizard-like animal

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