Salamanders come in so many shapes and sizes. Some are magical, some are not, but all of them are really quite cute. This one is a Woodland Redridge, and it’s shiny light sacs can be used in many a craft.
For example, cave lights for explorers. As the substance does not burn, it will not ignite any hidden cave gases. Also, mixed into potions and used long-term, it can be used to help lessen the foggy lenses of cataracts, but this is a costly treatment.
Don’t worry, the glowing oil from the sacs tends to be shed along with the skin every few months, so no harm comes to the salamander in order to harvest it, but it does make it rare and expensive. Just a tiny vial will cost several months of typical salary.