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Pointe de Pen-Hir, a rocky promontory
I have no idea what I'm looking at, I'd call it a salamander and hope that at least the category is the ight one.
Not a problem for me, Daniele. If I didn't want to learn, I wouldn't upload pics. :DAnd thanks for explaining the difference. It doesn't sound so complicated, once you know what to look for.
No worries Ursula. Many people find the general shape of these two confusing. There are many differences though. An easy one to pick on is that salamanders have moist skin and have no scales.
Thanks for the help. I had a feeling I would be wrong... ;)
Actually you've got a lizard/reptile here :-)
Spotted on Oct 11, 2007 Submitted on May 23, 2013