Do you know what salamanders eat? Salamanders eat lots of different insects. Some of those insects are worms, slugs, spiders, and millipedes. There is a lot more things that salamanders eat, like bugs that fly in the night sky. Some salamanders choose to eat moths, beetles, pill bugs, aphids, and crickets. Salamander’s digest food very easily. The acid in their stomach breaks down the food in less than 4 seconds. Salamander’s have a small apatite. A meal is about half a bug. The average sized salamander eats about 5 meals a day. That’s all we have to say about what salamanders eat.
Do you know the different salamander species? Here are some, there’s the Marbled salamander, Spotted salamander, Tiger salamander, Pennsylvania salamander, Alaskan salamander, Blind salamander, Ocean salamander, Tropical salamander, and the River salamander. Those are just some of the MANY salamanders in the world.
SALAMANDERS LIFE SPAN
Do you know how long a salamander’s life span is? An average salamander lives about 1 or 2 years. The oldest salamander that ever lived died at age 10. Some salamanders only live a few months, weeks, or even days. That’s how long a salamander’s life span is.
HOW SALAMANDERS BODYS WORK
Do you know how salamanders body’s work. Well I will tell you. The eyes help it see. The nose helps it smell prey. One of the most important parts is their back because it helps every part of their body. Then there’s the tail and it really doesn’t do anything. After the tail is the feet and they make the salamander walk. The legs hold up the body. Here comes the head. The head holds the nose and eyes. Next is the stomach it helps the salamander digest. That’s how their body works.