1. Calamanders are scavengers, and will steal small items, especially shiny or glittery things
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3. The word Calamanders uses 11 letters: a, a, a, c, d, e, l, m, n, r, s
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5. Calamander (usually uncountable, plural Calamanders) A valuable furniture wood from India and Ceylon, of a hazel-brown color, with black stripes, very hard in texture
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8. Calamanders are scavengers and will steal small items of equipment from the PCs' ATV (such as important nuts or bolts), forcing the PCs to track them down in their warrens to retrieve the items
9. Calamanders are scavengers and will steal small items of equipment from the PCs' ATV (such as important nuts or bolts), forcing the PCs to track them down in their warrens to retrieve the items
10. Calamanders calamari calamari ring calamaries: calamaris calamars calamary calamata calamatas calambac calambour calami calamine; Literary usage of Calamander
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11. There are 5 eleven-letter words beginning with CALA: CALABOGUSES CALAMANCOES Calamanders CALAMONDINS & CALAVERITES
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Eurycea lucifuga, often simply known as the cave salamander, alternately the spotted-tail salamander Eurycea rathbuni, the Texas cave salamander, or Texas blind salamander (formerly, Typhlomolge rathbuni) Eurycea tridentifera, the Honey Creek Cave blind salamander, or Comal blind salamander Eurycea spelaea, the Ozark blind salamander, or grotto salamander (formerly, Typhlotriton speleus) More items...
Definition of salamander. 1 : a mythical animal having the power to endure fire without harm. 2 : an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus inhabiting fire. 3 : any of numerous amphibians (order Caudata) superficially resembling lizards but scaleless and covered with a soft moist skin and breathing by gills in the larval stage.
A salamander is both a mythical and real creature. The name 'salamander's derived from the Greek term loosely meaning 'fire lizard'; the real animal being an amphibian, and the mythical a fire dwelling lizard.
5 Salamander Facts • All salamanders must keep their skin wet and cool to survive • Salamanders can't hear sound, but they can feel vibrations in the ground to detect movements around them • A salamander can regrow a tail it has lost in an attack • Some salamanders live under rocks while others live in trees • Depending on its species a salamander can be less than an inch... More ...