How Do Amphibians Move?

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There are many different types of amphibians, and there are many different ways in which they move. Depending on whether they have legs or not, some walk, jump, swim, or even burrow under the ground. You can find more information here: http://animals.jrank.org/pages/2/Getting-Know-Amphibians.html
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Amphibians include frogs, toads, salamanders and caecilians. The word means double life – many species spend part of their life in aquatic (water) and terrestrial (land) environments. More >>
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As tadpoles, amphibians swim under the water. As adults and young frogs, amphibians tend to crawl, hop, and walk on the land. Although amphibians can swim, they can no longer do so underneath the water for long periods of time.
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