AMPHIBIANS HASSAN AND OMER

This is a spark page about amphibians by Hassan and Omer

Most amphibians live in ponds.

The most known / popular amphibian is the frog.

Most amphibians have thin, moist skin that helps them to breathe.

Amphibians are considered vertebrates as they have a backbone.

Frogs cannot live in salt water.

Most amphibians have thin, moist skin that helps them to breathe.

Amphibians are considered vertebrates as they have a backbone.

Frogs cannot live in salt water

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Created with images by WikiImages - "finger coral tree frog running frog frog" • WikiImages - "finger coral tree frog running frog frog" • Paul Albertella - "Garden visitor" • Josch13 - "tree frog anuran frog" • Kaz - "frog green tree frog amphibian" • zdenet - "frog macro amphibian" • Hans - "salamander amphibian silhouette" • judygva (back in town and trying to catch up) - "Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea, Sapelo Island, Georgia"

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