Is a frog a reptile or an amphibian?
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Subsequently, one may also ask, is a frog an amphibian?
Frogs belong to a group of animals called amphibians. Toads, newts, salamanders and caecilians (blind worms) are also members of the amphibian group. Frogs are cold-blooded which means that their bodies are the same temperature as the air or water around them.
Beside above, what's the difference between a reptile and an amphibian? Amphibians and Reptiles are ectothermic or cold-blooded animals, but amphibians spend half of their life on land and half in water, while reptiles live on land. Examples of amphibians are Toads, Frogs, Salamanders, etc., whereas Snake, Lizards, Crocodile, etc. are examples of reptiles.
People also ask, is crocodile a reptile or amphibian?
Amphibians are animals that can live on land or in water, and they are characterized by moist glandular skin, gills, and a lack of scales. Examples of reptiles are: alligators, crocodiles, lizards, snakes, turtles, and tortoises. Examples of amphibians are: frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts.
Are amphibians related to reptiles?
Reptiles are from the animal class Reptilia while amphibians are from the class Amphibia. Reptilia contains the New Zealand tuatara (Sphenodontia), snakes (Squamata), turtles (Testudinata), lizards (Squamata) and crocodiles (Crocodilia).