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The eastern newt is a common newt of eastern North America. It frequents small lakes, ponds, and streams or near-by wet forests. The eastern newt produces tetrodotoxin which makes the species unpalatable to predatory fish and crayfish. - from Wikipedia
I thought all the eastern newt juveniles were grown already and I was very happy to see this beautiful newt in this time around.
Lat: 45.09, Long: -68.91
Spotted on Jul 26, 2016
Submitted on Jul 27, 2016