What is the most common animal in Pennsylvania?

PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) — The most common animal in Pennsylvania is found in the Pennsylvania woods. However, this animal is not a mammal or even a bird.

According to Penn State University, the most common animal in the Pennsylvania woods is one of the 39 Commonwealth frogs and salamanders, making it an amphibian.

The Red-backed salamander is the most common animal according to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania.

This lungless salamander lives in the forest and is mostly more common than birds or mice.

Penn State’s Jacqualine Grant mentioned the importance of amphibians like the red-backed salamander in our forests.

It’s also important to note that according to amphibianplanet.com, red-backed salamanders are very mildly venomous, meaning they have glands that secrete a toxin to defend themselves against predators.

You don’t have to worry, however, as this poison is extremely mild and will only make the salamander a foul taste for any animal that tries to eat it.

https://www.abc27.com/pennsylvania/what-is-the-most-common-animal-in-pennsylvania/ What is the most common animal in Pennsylvania?

Brian Ashcraft

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