Fire Salamander: The prominent Inhabitant of German Forests | Free Documentary Nature
Fire Salamander: Almost everyone knows of him, but very rarely does anyone actually get to see this nocturnal wanderer. This is because he leads a secret, silent and absolutely inconspicuous life, that of a loner, only on the move after dusk. In addition to this, he has survived the dinosaurs as a kind of relic from the dawn of time: The fire, or spotted salamander, a colourful inhabitant of German beech forests. Yet still not everything is known regarding this extraordinary animal and his fascinating way of life.
Impressive footage provides an exciting insight into the hidden life of the spotted salamander, the most prominent representative of amphibians living in Germany. For the very first time, this film documents in detail, the adventurous living conditions of salamander larvae, whose first weeks are more of a race against time, of life or death. No one has ever captured the lives of these rare forest-dwellers in such detail and as compelling as this on film before.
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