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Where do they live amphibians have adapted to live in a number of different habitats including streams forests meadows bogs swamps ponds rainforests and lakesmost of them like to live in or near water and in damp areas. Word history amphibians are not quite fish and not quite reptiles like fish they spend part of their lives living in water and breathing with gills like reptiles they usually spend another part of their lives breathing air with lungs and able to live on land. Amphibians have thin bare skin with no hairs and scales to protect them most have four legs and a membrane between their toes that allows them to move much better in the water. Most people are familiar with frogs toads newts and salamanders but are less familiar with caecilians which superficially resemble large earthworms. Amphibians are a class of animal that represents a crucial evolutionary step between water dwelling fish and land dwelling mammals and reptiles they are among the most fascinating and rapidly dwindling animals on earth unlike most animals amphibians such as toads frogs newts and . Amphibians include frogs toads newts salamanders and the curiously worm like caecilians although most transform from aquatic larvae to terrestrial adults some amphibians such as the golden alpine salamander live permanently on land while others such as the axolotl never leave the water
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