Salamanders under fire

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Salamanders under fire

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Wildlife officials are have a difficult time getting a count on the rare Jemez Mountain salamander, found only in northern New Mexico.
Frehley, a rescued animal shelter dog trained to sniff out the scat of a rare Jemez Mountain salamander, takes a break with handler Bud Marks. Marks and Frehley recently spent three weeks in the Jemez Mountains searching for salamander populations.
Frehley is one of several dogs rescued from an animal shelter and trained to sniff out the rare Jemez Mountain salamander and its scat in northern New Mexico.

Salamanders under fire

Wildlife officials are have a difficult time getting a count on the rare Jemez Mountain salamander, found only in northern New Mexico.
Frehley, a rescued animal shelter dog trained to sniff out the scat of a rare Jemez Mountain salamander, takes a break with handler Bud Marks. Marks and Frehley recently spent three weeks in the Jemez Mountains searching for salamander populations.
Frehley is one of several dogs rescued from an animal shelter and trained to sniff out the rare Jemez Mountain salamander and its scat in northern New Mexico.
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