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Giant Japanese Salamanders | National Geographic

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Uploaded on Dec 30, 2009

Giant salamanders, some growing up to 5-feet in length, face a barrier of dams in Japan, built to control flooding. Now it's hoped a new system will help these giant amphibians get upstream past the dams to lay their eggs.
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Giant Japanese Salamanders | National Geographic
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