The world’s largest salamander is the Chinese Giant Salamander, found in the cold and rocky mountain streams and lakes of China. These critically endangered giants can grow to be six feet long and eat fish and small crustaceans by using small nodes in their heads to detect the electricity generated by living things. They are very closely related to the Japanese giant salamander, which also inhabits cold mountain streams and feeds on a similar diet, only in Japan. These salamanders can reach 1.5 meters (about 5 feet) in length.
Giant salamanders can be found in Japan, China, and the United States. They live in brooks and ponds. They can grow to be over five feet long. When reproducing, the salamanders move upstream to produce eggs that get fertilized and protected by males later on.
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