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Amphibians

  1. 1. MEMBERS: PAU, MARIO, CIROESCOLA ELS PINSYEAR 5
  2. 2. Table of contentsINTRODUCTION................................................Pag 3TOADS ..............................................................Pag 4NEWTS .............................................................Pag 5FROG ................................................................Pag 6BULLFROG TADPOLE ........................................Pag 7FIRE SALAMANDER ..........................................Pag 8AXOLOTL ..........................................................Pag 9
  3. 3. - They are vertebrates.- They are “cold-blooded” animals.- They live on land and in water.- Most of them have smooth skin and weebed feet.- They breathe with lungs and gills.- They have four legs or none.- They lay many eggs.
  4. 4. TOADSAmphibians are cold-blooded,which means that they have thesame temperature as the air orwater around them.
  5. 5. NEWTSNewt, a salamander that is foundin/or near freshwater in NorthAmerica, Europe, Asia, and NorthAfrica. Newts spend part of theirlifes in water.
  6. 6. FROGSFrogs work with the world’sleading companies, helpingthem to design engineer, andthey bring to marketmeaningful products andservices.
  7. 7. BULLFROG TADPOLEBullfrog tadpoles, knownscientifically as Rane Catesbeiana,are native to eastern NorthAmerica and can be found as farNorth as Canada and as far southas Florida.
  8. 8. It is believed that FireSalamanders received theirname by hiding in logschopped for burning and thenrunning out once the logs wereplaced on the fire.FIRE SALAMANDER
  9. 9. AXOLOTLIts scientific name is Ambystomamexicanum. It’s only found in aMexican lake, and in no moreplaces of the world. When you tryto cut one leg, it appears again.

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