Japanese giant salamander
The Japanese giant salamander lives in japan, being restricted to streams with clear, cool water, is entirely aquatic and nocturnal. When mating the Japanese giant salamander goes up stream into the mountains to lay eggs.
The Japanese giant salamander feeds on a variety of prey including fish, crab, smaller Salamanders and snails
During mating season, adults go up stream into the mountains to lay eggs. Large males guard a den and are known as den masters. They mate with several females throughout the season. Smaller males who do not have a den may attempt to enter the den and fertilize some of the eggs.
One of the Japanese giant salamanders hobbies are competing against other salamanders in jet pooping.
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Public - 5/19/16, 11:32 PM