Difference between Lizard and Salamander?

Answer

Lizards are different from salamanders in many different ways. The texture of a lizard's skin is dry and rough while that of a salamander seems wet and moist. Salamanders are amphibians which means they live on the water and reproduce there before living on land. A lizard is a reptile and cannot live and reproduce in water.
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there different because lizards have scales and ther reptiles,salamanders are amphibans like frogs.
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Salamander skin is smooth and moist and without scales.
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Lizard: Lizards breath through lungs and have scaly skin. To obtain water, many lizards must drink with there tongue. Lizards can be herbivores or carnivores. All lizards are born
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