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·   They are over 300 million years old.

·     They are cold-blooded,

·       They are egg-laying

·     They have Vertebrates.

·     When they hatch from their eggs, amphibians have gills so they can breathe in the water.

·       Later, their bodies change, growing legs and lungs enabling them to live on the land.

·       First part of their lives in the water and the last part on the land.

·      Frogs, toads, newts, salamanders, and caecilians.

                  FROG               TOAD                NEWT             SALAMANDER


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