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Pacific Giant Salamanders: Dicamptodontidae

Geographic Range

Pacific giant salamanders live in the Pacific Northwest of North America from north of San Francisco, California, to the northern end of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington and from the southern Cascade Mountains of Oregon in the United States into the coastal mountains of southwestern British Columbia, but not on Vancouver and the neighboring islands, in Canada. Idaho giant salamanders are geographically separated from the other species and live in the mountains of northern Idaho and northwestern Montana, west of the Continental Divide in the United States.

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Animal Life ResourceAmphibiansPacific Giant Salamanders: Dicamptodontidae - Physical Characteristics, Geographic Range, Diet, Behavior And Reproduction, Conservation Status, Coastal Giant Salamander (dicamptodon Tenebrosus): Species Account - HABITAT, PACIFIC GIANT SALAMANDERS AND PEO