Why turtle is reptile not amphibian?

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Basically it's in the way they start life, and then the kind of skin they have. Reptiles have scales or rough and sometimes dry skin, while Amphibians stay wet all the time and lack scales. And then, their eggs have different kinds of shells. The
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