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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_amphibians

List of amphibians organizes the class of amphibian by family and subfamilies and mentions the number of species in each of them. The list below largely ...

www.stlzoo.org/animals/abouttheanimals/amphibians/listallamphibians

Amphibians On Our Web Site. These are just some of the amphibians you'll find at the Saint Louis Zoo: Frogs and Toads · American Bullfrog · American Toad ...

kids.sandiegozoo.org/animals/amphibians

Looking for amphibians facts? San Diego Zoo Kids Territory has information on the types of amphibians as well as amphibian pictures. ... All amphibians:.

www.tutorvista.com/biology/list-of-amphibian-animals

Most species of amphibians live in water at some time in their lives. In the typical amphibian life cycle, part or all of the adult stage is spent on land, but adults ...

amphibiaweb.org/lists/index.shtml

Or click on a family name below to view an alphabetical list of all the species in that ... The total number of amphibian species is currently 7,698 (Jul 27, 2017) .

www.nhptv.org/wild/azamphibians.asp

Amphibians A-Z. World Status Key Least Concern Near Threatened Vulnerable Endangered Critically Endangered Extinct in the Wild Extinct Status taken from ...

www.ducksters.com/animals/amphibians.php

Amphibians are a class of animals like reptiles, mammals, and birds. ... The transformation isn't the same in all amphibians, but they all go through some sort of ...

www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Library/Amphibians-Reptiles-and-Fish.aspx

Learn about amphibians, reptiles and fish, including the California red-legged frog, chinook salmon, and the green sea turtle. ... Almost all reptiles are cold- blooded. ... The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List reports ...

www.movingplanets.com/world/animals/amphibians

Amphibians - Provides info on all typs of common amphibians & reptiles ... Amphibians are basically charaterized into two types, here is the list of all its varieties: ...

www.edgeofexistence.org/amphibians/top_100.php

The largest living amphibian, the Chinese giant salamander can reach lengths of 1.8 metres. 3. Sagalla Caecilian ... 4 5 6 7 8 9 [Next >>]. Show All On One Page.