What do you know about newts?
All newts have a pronounced ability to regenerate. They are able to grow a lost tail, and sometimes there are two-tailed individuals – this happens if the tail has been thrown back, but not completely. Then the old tail heals, but a new one grows nearby. They can also recover other organs, for example, damaged optic nerves. Newts are generally able to grow a new limb, a piece of intestine, and much more.
For people, the neighborhood with newts is very useful, since these creatures eat mosquitoes and their larvae, and in general, significantly reduce the population of harmful insects. Alas, they are all very sensitive to the purity of the water in which they live, and due to the widespread pollution of water bodies, many species of newts are threatened with complete extinction.