The can... Just not for long. Their skin may dry out.
No. Sharks mainly live in the water and rarely come onto dry land. You may find them in the waters around Patonga though.
hamsters live on dry land called hills they can also be found in pet shops
They can walk on dry land, but spend their time in or next to water.
Camels live in the savannah after they get old enough to fend for themselves. They can survive in the dry land for long periods of time.
Ostriches live on dry land preferably desert land.
The octopus would dry out when on land and die.
No they do not. Humans live on dry land.
Frogs live more in watery environments while toads live much more on land. Both can live in both water and land and are called amphibians because of this reason. The frog's skin will dry out if it is on land for long.
Reptiles live on dry land; amphibians live on land as well as in water.
There Are Some Types Of Penguins That Live On Dry Land But They Still Need To Be Near Water
mountains and rocky dry dessert land
About 15 minutes on dry land. They can get quite old if you leave em in the water though.
mosquitoes live in dry, moist land near the equator.in cold dry not moist land and not near the equator
yes,toads have dry skin.toads also live on land.
Yes,tigers live in dry and wet land
Yes, rhinos live on land. They spend time in the water, but prefer to stay on dry land where their food is plentiful.
I do not really no it but I think its on dry land
On dry fertil land
dry land or in water
Bullfrogs are amphibians, so they live at the junction of land and water. They must return to the water to survive, but they can be out on dry land for a little while.
Yes, they can live in dry land or in water :)