Alexander Salamander


Appearing in medieval and renaissance coats of arms, salamanders were once believed to have come from fire and were often associated with spirits. In fact, the word salamander comes from the Greek word meaning "fire animal". Today, the European fire salamander has a brightly colored body with dramatic spots. These little amphibians live in moist, dark places often under rocks or rotten logs.

The stately Alexander Salamander is a distinguished and proper gentleman. He derives his name from Alexander the Great, the Macedonian King and general. His knowledge of world history is extensive.

Theme Song
ENGLAND: A City Built for Kings [London]
FRANCE: Take Me to Paris
GERMANY: Celebrate Oktoberfest
NORWAY: Welcome to Norway
RUSSIA: Trans-Siberian Express

Sample Video:
ENGLAND: A City Built for Kings [London]

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