The Hellbender

Located near a small creek, your final destination is named after the distinct hellbender!  This unique-looking amphibian is the second-largest salamander in the world and is found in small bodies of water throughout Ohio, West Virginia and other areas along the Ozark and Appalachian Mountains.

Sightings have become rare due to pesticides, silt and other threats to their freshwater ecosystems. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds have teamed up with various organizations to breed, release and study the hellbenders, and they're also available to see within the Zoo's historic reptile building in the Shores and Aquarium region

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