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Amphibians and reptiles

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  • 1.  An amphibian is a cold-blooded, smooth- skinned vertebrate. They hatch as an aquatic larva with gills. The larva then transforms into an adult having air- breathing lungs. Amphibians have very moist skin. Some examples of Amphibians are  Tree Frogs  Salamander  Toads  Newts
  • 2.  A reptile is cold-blooded, usually egg-laying vertebrates having an external covering of scales or horny plates and breathing by means of lungs. Some examples of reptiles are  Snake  Lizard  Crocodile  Turtle  Dinosaur

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