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Class Amphibia
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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Amphibian - Wikipedia


Lacking these membranes, amphibians require water bodies for reproduction, although some species have developed various ...

Amphibians, Reptiles and Fish - National Wildlife Federation


Amphibians. To identify an animal as an amphibian, it should have each of these characteristics: Amphibians have a backbone. They are vertebrates.

What are characteristics of amphibians? | Reference.com


Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates. They have a backbone, and they maintain their body temperature through external means, such as laying in the sun.

What are some general characteristics of amphibians? | Reference ...


Some general characteristics of amphibians are that they are cold blooded and spend at least part of their lives in water. Unlike reptiles, they lack claws and their  ...

What is an Amphibian? - Definition & Characteristics - Video ...


An amphibian is a class of animals that live their lives both in and out of water. There are three orders within this class, the most common of...

Five Characteristics of Amphibians | Animals - mom.me


The three major amphibian clades -- frogs, salamanders and the worm-like caecilians -- have each diverged greatly, but share several common characteristics.



CLASS AMPHIBIA. Amphibia refers to "double life", or life in water and on land ... Three primary orders of Amphibia within the Subclass Lissamphibia. Caudata ...

Characteristics of Class Amphibian - PreserveArticles.com


Aug 20, 2011 ... Characteristics of Class Amphibian are given below: 1) The representatives of class Amphibia thrive well both on land and in water i. e. ...