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 How to Find Reptiles and Amphibians in the Creek?

Answer a typical newtYou know those frogs, salamanders, newts, snakes, and everything else in your creek? Ever want to catch one? Here's how.
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Are frogs& reptiles amphibians?

Frogs are amphibians; reptiles are not amphibians. Reptile and amphibian are two different classes of animal that have similarities. Both are vertebrates and most are cold blooded. The difference i... Read More »
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How are reptiles related to amphibians?

Reptiles and amphibians are distantly related, belonging to two different phylogenetic classes. Reptiles and amphibians are similar in many respects, but they are also very different.Reptile and Am... Read More »
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How are reptiles&amphibians related?

Reptiles and amphibians are often confused for one another because they look so similar. Evolutionary theory states that they are related, but they have evolved separately and become distinct anima... Read More »
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Are newts reptiles or amphibians?

Newts are part of the amphibian group along with toads and frogs. Although newts live on land from summer to winter, they enter the water for breeding in the spring.References:Reptiles and Amphibia... Read More »
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