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Q: What are the adaptations of an adult amphibian for obtaing air?
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What is the change an amphibian goes through as it develops from from a larval tadpole to adult?

As the amphibian goes from larval to tadpole stage it losses its gills and develops lungs to breathe air and also limbs are formed to walk better on land in case of frogs

What are the adaptations of air animals?

You are not being specific enough. There are many different adaptations for different 'air' animals

Amphibian lungs don't have to be as efficient as gills because?

Amphibian lungs do not have to be as efficient as gills because there is much more oxygen in air than in water.

What saclike organ takes oxygen from the air and delivers it to the blood on an amphibian?

The lungs are the saclike organ in amphibians that take in oxygen from the air. Oxygen is then transferred from the lungs to the bloodstream through a process called respiration. This allows the amphibian to breathe and obtain the necessary oxygen for metabolic processes.

Is a dolphins a reptile fish or amphibian?

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IS seahorse an amphibhian?

A Seahorse is not an amphibian, it does not have the ability to breath air such as frogs, toads and newts. Seahorses are small marine fishes

What are 3 mechanisms and adaptations for seed dispersal?

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What adaptations help a bird obtain oxygen for flight?

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What is a type of an amphibian?

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Why does an adult need so many air sacs in their lungs?

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