Giant Salamander is the biggest, and one of the most precious amphibians at present. It originated in Carboniferous (355 million – 295 million years before now), which is 100 million years older than dinosaur, and still alive. It can reach a length of 1.8m (5.9ft). People also call it “Baby Fish” because its skin is very smooth and tender and it sounds like a crying baby. Giant Salamander has four characteristics:
1. Longevity: longest-living amphibian with a lifespan of 200 years in wild,
2. Hungry Resistance: 2 years without foods,
3. Smooth and Tender Skin: like baby’s skin,
4. Self Repair: can automatically repair physical injuries.