What texture are amphibians skin?
rough or smooth .
Amphibians do not have scales on their body and possess a slimy skin. All amphibians have a covering of moist skin. They do not have scaly skin or warty skin: they have moist skin. Amphibians are covered in skin with a protective mucous layer. The mucous can sometimes have poison. Other amphibians can breathe through their skin. slimy skin very thin skin, because amphibians can actually breathe through their skin and extract oxygen. skin The…
For the most part extant amphibians do not have scaly skin, but early amphibians (the ones that ventured onto land first) are thought to have had scaly, fish-like, skin. A possible exception to extant amphibians having scaly skin are those of the Order Gymnophionia and a few anurans which have somatic dermal bone. Amphibians of Gymnophionia are earthworm/snake like amphibians that have not been widely studied.