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 Are earthworms amphibians?

Answer Although earthworms share the cold-blooded trait with members of the amphibian class, earthworms are not amphibians. Earthworms belong to the class Oligochaeti (Latin for "few hairs"). Members of t... Read More »
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Can amphibians fly?

They cannot. There is a species that glides throught the air.Zaragotha (Zara)
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Do amphibians have a skeleton?

Amphibians do possess a skeletal system. The skeleton of an amphibian is made up of bones. The skeletal system of the amphibian contains a backbone, a skull, a set of ribs and its extremities, whic... Read More »
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How are amphibians different from reptiles?

Amphibians and reptiles have many differences including their origin, lifespan, habitats and types of species. They can look similar, however, and many people do not know their differences.Early Li... Read More »
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How to Learn More About Amphibians?

Limestone salamanderAmphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates that, for the most part, spend a part of their life living under water (the larval stage) and another part of their life living on the la... Read More »
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