They do not. Lizards have dry skin. Salamanders, which look like
lizards, have moist skin. Salamanders have water permeable skin, so
they must stay moist in order to avoid drying out.
There are quite a few animals that have a moist and slippery skin. Dolphins for example have moist and slippery skin.
One animal that has a moist and slippery skin is a snake. Others animals that have this feature include frogs and lizards.
Lizards do not have moist, skin. They have dry skin. Eels have moist skin because they live in water.
Answer No. Salamanders have smooth moist skin and lizards have rough and dry skin.
NO! they don't have moist skin they have moist scales. fish don't have skin so how can it be moist.
Yes frogs have moist skin.
Yes reptiles have moist skin
Amphibians breathes through their skin, they accumulate enough air from the moist on their skin. If there is no moist, they will die.
If you don't have moist skin then just like dandruff your skin will peel
yes reptiles have moist skin it is what makes them to survive.
because if they don't have moist skin so they can servive
The duration of A Lizard in a Woman's Skin is 1.72 hours.
The animal that has moist skin with no scales are amphibians.
Animals who need to have moist skin are amphibians, such as frogs.
the cage is not moist enough