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What kind of skin do amphibians have?

Amphibians have moist skin.

Do amphibians have scales or skin?

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Do amphibians have dry skin and scales?

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Do amphibians need to keep there skin wet at all times?

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Why are axolotls amphibians?

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Does amphibians have a dry scaly skin?

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Why are penguins not amphibians?

They can keep warm, which amphibians can't. They can't breathe through the skin, which amphibians can.

What animal has thin damp skin?

Animals that have thin damp skin are amphibians. Amphibians like frogs, toads, and newts have that type of skin.

What animals have slimy skin?

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Does amphibians have wet skin?

no it does not

What do amphibians have on there skin?

no scales

What is the meaning of skin texture?

The texture of your skin is how your skin feels. For example if you had rough skin and somebody wanted to know what the texture of your skin was ( for any reason ) then you would say rough because that is the way it feels. Hope this helped :)

Do salamander belongs to amphibians?

yes,because it is have smooth skin and animals have smooth skin are totally belongs to amphibians

What sort of skin does amphians have?

Amphibians have scaly skin.

Are crocodile anphibians?

No crocodiles are NOT amphibians they are reptiles amphibians have skin not scales.

Why is a frog's skin's slimy?

Frogs are amphibians, so they spend most of their time in water. This causes them to have a protective layer of skin to keep them from drying out. This and the fact that they spend much time in water results in a slimy texture of their skin.

What is the skin texture of a dolphin?

The texture of a dolphins skin is smooth and rubbery like a swim suit.