• Latin Name: Cynops orientalis
    Class: Amphibians
    Order: Caudata
    Family: Salamandridae
    Conservation Status: Least Concern
    Size: 6-10cm

Habitat: These newts inhabit pools, ponds, seepages and paddy fields in hilly areas, in both forest and degraded habitats. These newts can tolerate a range of habitats and have a wide distribution throughout China.

Wild diet: Amphibian larvae, eggs and small invertebrates.

Behaviour: These newts will search for food and ambush their prey.

Breeding: Mating season lasts from May to July, with an average of 96 eggs laid per female. A male newt will actively pursue a female, with displays of tail fanning and sometimes biting to get her attention. The larvae develop in water.

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