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Amphibians. By: Lysbeth Allison. Amphibians come in all shapes, colors, and sizes!. Types of Amphibians. Frogs. Types of Amphibians. Toads. Types of Amphibians. Salamanders. Types of Amphibians. Newts. Some Amphibians Make Funny Sounds!. Can you guess what type of

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Amphibians

Amphibians

By: Lysbeth Allison





Types of amphibians2
Types of Amphibians

  • Salamanders



Some amphibians make funny sounds
Some AmphibiansMake Funny Sounds!

Can you guess what type of

amphibian is making this noise?

Click Here


Facts about amphibians
Facts About Amphibians

  • The word “Amphibian” means “both lives”.

  • Amphibians are unique animals because they can live in both water and on land.


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Facts About Amphibians

  • Amphibians are cold-blooded animals.

  • An amphibian’s body temperature depends on it’s surroundings.


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Facts About Amphibians

  • Amphibians hatch from eggs.

  • Watch the video below to learn about an amphibian’s life cycle.


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Facts About Amphibians

  • Amphibians are vertebrates.

  • All amphibians have a backbone.

    A Frog’s Backbone


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Facts About Amphibians

  • Amphibians have moist, slimy skin.

  • Click on the frog to learn more fun facts!


References
References

  • http://allaboutfrogs.org/

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zs2g_rHBUH4

  • http://kidstuff.homestead.com/

  • http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/amphibians/


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