Probably a newt... Some time ago I used to have an old boat in my garden. When I finally took it away, I found five of these little animals hidden there. I guess they were newts (triturus vulgaris), but maybe someone here in the jungle knows better...!? Amphibians,Europe,Geotagged,Germany,newt

Probably a newt...

Some time ago I used to have an old boat in my garden. When I finally took it away, I found five of these little animals hidden there. I guess they were newts (triturus vulgaris), but maybe someone here in the jungle knows better...!?

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The Smooth Newt, also known as the Common Newt, ''Lissotriton vulgaris'' is the most common newt species of the ''Lissotriton'' genus of amphibians. ''L. vulgaris'' is found throughout Europe except the far north, areas of Southern France, and the Iberian peninsula.

Similar species: Salamanders
Species identified by gglaeser
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Uploaded Feb 19, 2012. Captured Sep 9, 2008 in Bergstra├če 4, 31180 Giesen, Germany.
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