“Baby Newt” - has is the same size and has all the same features as the Super Newt, but with thinner back legs.
But a salamander is not always a newt. Most of the animals in the salamander order look like a cross between a lizard and a frog. They have moist, smooth skin like frogs, and long tails like lizards. The term “newt” is sometimes used for salamanders that spend most of each year living on land. Most salamanders are small, and few are more than 6 inches long. Some species have tails, like the paddle-tail newts. Some species can even shed their tail during an attack and grow a new one later. The California salamander can stand high on its legs and waves its tail to scare away danger.