Lesser Siren Photos, Siren intermedia


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Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought.  It is native to the southeastern United States, Siren intermedia Add To Light Table Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought.  It is native to the southeastern United States, Siren intermedia Add To Light Table Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought.  It is native to the southeastern United States, Siren intermedia Add To Light Table
Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought. It is native to the southeastern United States.
Image ID: 13980  
Species: Lesser siren, Siren intermedia
 
Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought. It is native to the southeastern United States.
Image ID: 13981  
Species: Lesser siren, Siren intermedia
 
Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought. It is native to the southeastern United States.
Image ID: 09788  
Species: Lesser siren, Siren intermedia
 
Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought.  It is native to the southeastern United States, Siren intermedia Add To Light Table
Lesser siren, a large amphibian with external gills, can also obtain oxygen by gulping air into its lungs, an adaptation that allows it to survive periods of drought. It is native to the southeastern United States.
Image ID: 09789  
Species: Lesser siren, Siren intermedia
 

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Animal  >  Amphibian  >  Newt / Salamander
Subject  >  Technique  >  Captivity  >  Aquarium
Subject  >  Technique  >  Underwater

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Updated: February 28, 2020

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Common name permalink: Lesser siren