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Axolotls have gills, but they are not fish. They are amphibians! Unlike other amphibians, though, axolotls spend their whole lives in the water. With easy text ...
Do you love amphibians? Did you know that some do not have lungs? Read this book to learn about lungless salamanders' amazing adaptations.
Do you love frogs? Did you know that some of the most beautiful frogs are also very deadly? Read this book to learn about poison dart frogs' amazing ...
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Shine the science spotlight on frogs, toads, newts, salamanders, and caecilians! Organized by reference topics such as habitat, anatomy, and diet, Amphibians ...
Follow us on a journey around all the body parts of amphibians, from eyes to pouches, to feet to tails. Find out all about how each body part works, what it ...
Slimy salamanders? Bug eyed frogs? What does the word amphibian mean to you? What do they eat? Where do they live? Get answers to all these questions and find ...
This book is all about amphibians: what they do, how they behave, and how these characteristics are different from other groups of animals. Beautifully ...
This book tells the life story of a salamander, using simple, concise text and stunning photographs. Read it to discover the unique life cycle and ...
This book looks at amphibian babies, and examines how amphibian babies are born, how they are cared for, how they develop, and differences and similarities ...
Bright colors can mean danger! Poison dart frogs may be small, but their bright colors keep others away. Read Poison Dart Frogs to find out why most animals ...
With a quick flip of the tongue, a frog catches its next meal. Learn all about theses long legged amphibians in Frogs.
You know the song “Clementine.” Sing along with new words that explain the six main categories into which all animals can be grouped.
Smooth, secretive salamanders live under leaves and dirt. Learn all about these spotted amphibians in Salamanders.
Toads live on every continent except Antarctica! Learn all about these bumpy, lumpy bug eaters in Toads.
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