Common Name: Siberian Salamander, Dybowski’s Salamander , Manchurian Salamander, and Siberian Newt
Scientific Name: Salamandrella keyserlingii
Location: China, Japan, South Korea, Mongolia, and Russia
Size: around 5 inches
The Siberian Salamander might be the most cold adapt amphibian currently around. It can survive temperatures of -45 °Celsius or -49° Fahrenheit. With this ability, it is the only salamander found in the Arctic circle. It able to survive these conditions by replacing its blood with antifreeze chemicals. The salamander can be frozen for years and be “revived” when it thaws out.