Fire-Bellied Newt Life Cycle




Check out this ReptileChannel exclusive that shows how the fire-bellied newt (Cynops orientalis) begins life in the water, becomes terrestrial during its eft stage, and then returns to the water as an adult to live and breed.

Fire-Bellied Newt Life Cycle
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