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Physical description: Amphibians  can have legs or no legs. They are usually a bright color, like red or blue. Their colors warn their predators.

Physical description: Amphibians can have legs or no legs. They are usually a bright color, like red or blue. Their colors warn their predators.

Habitats: Amphibians live in moist habitats. One place that they are found in is southern Australia.

Habitats: Amphibians live in moist habitats. One place that they are found in is southern Australia.

History: Scientists think that amphibians evolved from fish about 400 million years ago.

History: Scientists think that amphibians evolved from fish about 400 million years ago.

Life cycle: Amphibians are born as eggs. Their parents do not care for them, therefore they raise themselves.

Life cycle: Amphibians are born as eggs. Their parents do not care for them, therefore they raise themselves.

Food habits: Amphibians eat crickets and insect larvae.

Food habits: Amphibians eat crickets and insect larvae.

Insect larvae

Insect larvae

Behavior:  Amphibians develop their lungs when they are adults. They can reproduce and they lay their eggs in water. Amphibians rarely stay in groups.

Behavior: Amphibians develop their lungs when they are adults. They can reproduce and they lay their eggs in water. Amphibians rarely stay in groups.

Life span: Amphibians live up to 17 years old. They are becoming endangered because of the pollution.

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