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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Some don't make it

A dead rough-skinned newt displays it's bright orange underbelly after being hit by a vehicle on a country road near Roseburg, Ore., on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. According to the National Park Service, one rough-skinned newt, divided up and eaten, could kill 17 people. Rough-skinned newts are highly toxic and their bright underbellies serve as a warning to possible predators. It doesn't work on cars.

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