Asked in Vertebrates
What is the first group of vertebrates to grow and develop out of the water?
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. ...
Asked in Antarctica
When did the Labyrinthodont dinosaur live in Antarctica?
They were abundant on Earth during the Carboniferous.
Asked in Amphibians
What habitat do young amphibians live in during development?
During development amphibians stay in the pond or lake where they were born. ...
Do all amphibians live in water during some part of the year?
no not all amphbians live in water
Asked in Reptiles
During the precambiram time did giant reptiles live?
No. There were no reptiles or even vertabrates in the Precambrian. Reptiles first appeared in the late Carboniferous. ...
Asked in Dinosaurs
What time period did graptolites live?
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. ...
Asked in Fossil Fuels
When did the plants and animals that formed fossil fuels live?
They were mostly alive in the carboniferous period around 350 to 290 million years ago, a time of great land diversity. ...
Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology
What adaptations allow amphibians to live on land?
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. ...
Asked in Amphibians
Why amphibians live near water or in a moist environment?
All amphibians need water to lay eggs in, and most amphibians need to have moist skin to live. ...