“Mudpuppy” is the name applied to the aquatic salamander Neturus maculosous at all stages of life, so they don’t really turn into anything. Mudpuppies (also known as water dogs) are very interesting creatures. Unlike other salamanders, they spend their entire lives underwater and breathe through gills. They’re usually just under a foot long and feed on crawfish, snails, worms and large fish. Their names comes from the noise they make, which some have compared to a dog’s bark (though they really don’t sound anything like a dog).
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