Japanese giant salamander
The Japanese giant salamander does not have any predators except humans, who kill and hunt them, pollute their environment and destroy their habitat. So, they are not really sustaining any other animals by being food.
They eat fresh-water crabs, fish, amphibians, small mammals and aquatic insects. If salamanders did not exist, the populations of what I just mentioned would increase, causing a decrease in their food source.
That is all that I can say for certain. I can speculate what would happen as a result, but not necessarily accurately so I won’t .
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