Definition of fire salamander in English:

fire salamander

Syllabification: fire sal·a·man·der

noun

A robust short-tailed nocturnal salamander that has black skin with bright red, orange, and yellow markings, native to upland forests of Europe, northwestern Africa, and southwestern Asia.
  • Salamandra salamandra, family Salamandridae
More example sentences
  • Everyone stopped to form wide circles around several fire salamanders that crossed our path.
  • Fire Salamanders have a scattered and discontinuous range over large areas of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia.
  • The skin of the fire salamander takes in both air and water.

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