Salamandra maculosa (Laur.) - Laufen

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Title
Salamandra maculosa (Laur.) - Laufen
Alternative Title
Salamandra maculosa (Laur.) - Running
Author
License
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IWF Signature
E 88
Publisher
Release Date
1956
Language
Silent film
Producer
IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
1952

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 12 m ; SW, 1 min

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Abstract
Beim Feuersalamander stehen die Beine weit seitlich ab und vermögen den Körper nur über kürzere Strecken vom Boden abzuheben. Das Tier kann immer nur ein Bein heben, ohne das Gleichgewicht zu verlieren. Jeder Schritt ist mit der Schlängelung des Körpers gekoppelt.
The legs of the fire salamander stick out laterally and can only hold the body above the ground over short distances. The animal can only lift one single leg to keep its balance. Each step is coupled with a winding movement of the body.
Keywords Salamander / Feuersalamander Feuersalamander Salamandra maculosa (Laur.) Salamandra salamandra Fortbewegung / Amphibia Laufen / Amphibia locomotion / Amphibia walking / Amphibia Salamandra salamandra Salamandra maculosa (Laur.) spotted salamander fire salamander Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Amphibia - Lurche Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates amphibia - amphibian biology

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