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Which species should I pick as my last amphibian?
Tiger salamander - 42.86%
3 Votes
Blue-spotted salamander - 14.29%
1 Vote
Eastern newt - 0%
0 Votes
Other - 42.86%
3 Votes
Total Votes: 7
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