Photo: Waterfall Newt

This photo was taken on August 18 in Dummerston, Vermont, which borders Brattleboro. It shows a red eft, which is a young newt, by the side of a waterfall. Red efts live on land for as many as eight years. Then they live underwater. This is the opposite of dragonflies, which first live underwater for up to two years, then fly. To enlarge the photo, click on it, then scroll down and click "see full size image." photo by Eesha Williams

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