Taricha granulosa

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If you are interested in continuing your learning experience about the Rough-skinned Newt, we encourage you to visit these websites and continue to expand your knowledge about this fascinating creature.

1. California Herps
2. AmphibiaWeb
3. Animal Diversity Web
4. Brodie Lab

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