they fought for their life with the survival of the phitis.
Amphibians were the first vertebrates that came out of the water. The first vertebrates that could live outside of the water though were reptiles. or class reptilia this was during the Carboniferous period.
They were abundant on Earth during the Carboniferous.
During development amphibians stay in the pond or lake where they were born.
Amphibians can live on land and in water.
Amphibians are animals which can live on both land & water . So, all amphibians can live in water .......
no not all amphbians live in water
amphibians live in hot and dry areas
No. There were no reptiles or even vertabrates in the Precambrian. Reptiles first appeared in the late Carboniferous.
During some parts of the years, but on the other parts of the years they live on land.
Yes.Frogs are amphibians and some live on land while others live in water
Amphibians are egg layers.
Amphibians live everywhere except in permanent deserts and the poles.
Amphibians live on both water and land.
Graptolites first appeared in the Cambrian Period, 545-490 million years ago (mya), and evolved rapidly during the following Ordovician Period (490-434 mya) when the greatest variety of different forms lived. They suffered a major decline in the Silurian (434-410 mya) and only a few forms lasted into the Devonian. They finally became extinct during the Carboniferous Period, about 315 my ago.
There are numerous amphibians that live in Africa. A few of the amphibians are the African bullfrog, Cape river frog, and the Ghost frog.
Amphibians can live in both land and sea.
Most amphibians live in or around water, although toads do not have to.
Amphibians are distinctive because they can live in water and on land.
They were mostly alive in the carboniferous period around 350 to 290 million years ago, a time of great land diversity.
some amphibians live in the water for shelter and some could live on land too.
Reptiles live on dry land; amphibians live on land as well as in water.
Amphibians are vertebrates with strong leg bones that have developed to allow them to live on land. Also, during. Metamorphosis the amphibians gills are replaced with lungs.They have a three-chambered heart that ensures that cells get the proper amount of oxygen, and they have 4 legs so they can move.
They are all freshwater- there are no saltwater amphibians.
cause they r amphibians