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The blue-spotted salamander is a species of salamander native to the North American Great Lakes region, northeastern United States, and parts of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec in Canada. Their range is known to extend to James Bay to the north, and southeastern Manitoba to the west. Their skin is bluish-black with blue and white spots on its back, and bluish-white spots its sides and tail. Play the following videos to learn more about the blue-spotted salamander.