What do you call a group of salamanders?
Answer: maelstrom, band
A group of salamander is called a maelstrom, band. The common name for a group of approximately 500 species of amphibians. They are typically characterized by slender bodies, short noses, and long tails. All known fossil and extant species fall under the order Caudata, while sometimes the extant species are grouped together as the Urodela. Most salamanders have four front toes and their hind legs have five. Their moist skin usually makes them reliant on habitats in or near water, or under some protection (e.g., moist ground), often in a wetland. Some salamander species are fully aquatic throughout life, some take to the water intermittently, and some are entirely terrestrial as adults. Uniquely among vertebrates, they are capable of regenerating lost limbs, as well as other body parts.
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