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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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Amphibian - Wikipedia

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Amphibians are ectothermic, tetrapod vertebrates of the class Amphibia. Modern amphibians ..... Amphibians are ectothermic (cold-blooded) vertebrates that do not maintain their body temperature thro...

How do amphibians move? | Reference.com

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One amphibian called the Caudata slithers like a snake. Amphibians that do not have tails, on the other hand, will move in different ways. The means of ...

Estonian Vertebrates - The General Characterization of Amphibians

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The smallest class of vertebrates, Amphibians, has approximately 4,500 species in ... How do amphibians move? Due to weak legs Caudata move like snakes.

Wonderful World of Amphibians and Reptiles - New Ecopsychology

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As inhabitants of both land and water, amphibians have ... The bottom of the mouth cavity moves down, and air is ...

Amphibians - body, used, water, process, Earth, life, characteristics ...

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Amphibians are cold-blooded animals, meaning they do not have a constant body temperature but instead take on the temperature of their environment.

How do amphibians move - Answers.com

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i do agree they do move by feet. but it is how they move by feet. some have four legs, two, and some have zero. Some walk, run, hop, leap, and even swim.

Getting to Know Amphibians - Frogs, Species, Salamanders, and ...

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Frogs are different from other amphibians because they do not have tails when ... When they get too hot, they typically move to a cooler place, sometimes even ...

NatureGate eLoodus - Amphibians

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How do amphibians move? Due to weak legs Caudata move like snakes. Tailless amphibians either leap thanks to their powerful back legs (e.g. grass frog ) or ...

Caecilians: The other amphibian | Science News for Students

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May 16, 2012 ... Most caecilians do not have a tail; snakes do. ... Worms move in a similar way, but they use muscles circling their body and extending ...