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What tissues can salamanders regenerate? 

A salamander can regenerate any of its limbs, its tail, parts of its brain and spinal cord,

damaged parts of its heart and lungs, and almost any other part of its body, exceptions including the shoulder girdle and parts of the eye. (Morgan, 1901)

 

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Why do axolotls retain a juvenile appearance throughout life?

Several salamanders, including the axolotl, retain juvenile characteristics as adults and are called paedomorphic.

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