Amphibians by ayaan and aisha

American toad
Three-toed Amphiuma

Characteristics of a amphibian

Amphibians have a backbone. They are cold blooded. Spend at least part of their lives in water and on land. Amphibians do not have scales and their skin is permeable (molec gases can pass through)

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