Amphibian

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Zoology
Grade:
10

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Amphibian

Amphibians

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Body Structure:

Examples:

-Frogs-Toads-Salamanders

-Cold Blooded-Spend most of their lives on both land and water- Do not have scales

-When in the water amphibias use their skin to take in oxygen-However, on land they use their lungs

-Symmetry: Bilateral Symmetry -Germ layers: Ectoderm, Mesoderm, Endoderm- They are vertebrates: Have a backbone-Their first part of life in water they have a strong fin that later developes into legs

-Amphibians reproduce sexually-Externally-Oviparous: larve are hatched after eggs are laid

-Amphibians excrete nitrogen in a from of ammonia or urea-Like most fish they use this ammonia as thier major metabolic waste

-Amphibians are carnivores that eat things such as insects, slugs, worms.-When in the water they eats things like snails, insects and other small fish.

-Have a closed double circulation: Blood flows from hear to lungs.


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