Amphibians begin their life in the water using gills to breath and their tails to move through the water. They then spend their lives alternating between the water and land. They develop lungs and legs as they grow which they use for their land-based movements. Amphibians are cold-blooded creatures which means their body temperature is the same temperature as the air or water around them.

Learn more about the amphibians in our wildlife family.

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