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Photo of Salamaders Exiting a Tunnel

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Photo of Salamaders Exiting a Tunnel
Photo by Scott Jackson

One night every spring, most of Amherst's migrating salamanders use these tunnels to get to vernal pools where they mate and lay their eggs.

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