Amphibians, Biology

Amphibians is the class of terrestrial vertebrates which lay their eggs (and mate) in water but live on land as adults following the juvenile stage where they live in water and breathe with the help of gills. Amphibians were first group of land vertebrates; today they are restricted to moist habitats.

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