To defend itself, the rough-skinned newt produces a dangerous toxin from its skin, so it’s best not to handle the animal.
To defend itself, the rough-skinned newt produces a dangerous toxin from its skin, so it’s best not to handle the animal. WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
To defend itself, the rough-skinned newt produces a dangerous toxin from its skin, so it’s best not to handle the animal. WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald