Photographed in full color . Take a close-up look at the first vertebrates
to conquer land--from familiar bullfrogs and toads to unusual legless
caecilians and eel-like sirens. Explore their anatomy, behavior, and pivotal
place on the evolutionary time line.
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What is an amphibian?
The importance of water
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