47 Comments

  1. Isaiah Daws says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart, larvae live in water and adults live on land

  2. Megan Heineman says:

    Larva have gills to breathe through but adult amphibians breathe through lungs

  3. Jordyn Retzlaff says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart

  4. Heather Pohlmeier says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart.

  5. Stetson Guyette says:

    They start off with gills, and then they turn into lungs

  6. Tyler Steinacher says:

    As adults they eat meat and they live a double life.

  7. Lauren Rookstool says:

    They have a three chambered heart

  8. Taylor Kool says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chamber heart and have a double life.

  9. Colton Helgoth says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart.

  10. Jacob Evans says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart

  11. When they live in water they use their gills, but then on land they use their lungs.

  12. Emily K. says:

    Many young amphibians are born with gills and as they grow to adults, they develop lungs.

  13. Ryan Wiese says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart

  14. Cody Schott says:

    Amphibians breathe through gills as larvae, but as they mature and move onto land they use their lungs.

  15. Kyra Baker says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart, and live a double life.

  16. Wyatt says:

    As adults, amphibian’s movement consists of either climbing, walking, or jumping.

  17. Jon R. says:

    Amphibians basically live a double life.

  18. Alexis Pedersen says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart.

  19. ryleigh brandt says:

    moist skin and no scales or claws

  20. Reiley Hillman says:

    They live a double life. They grow up in the water with gills then grow up on land with lungs

  21. Mikayla H. says:

    Amphibians live a double life, begin life in water and eventually end up on land.

  22. D says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart

  23. salina flores says:

    Amphibians start out in water, using their gills. then when they become adults they use their lungs on land

  24. Sarah Hoban says:

    They have no claws, and moist skin.

  25. Darian Candle says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart.

  26. Allie Carlini says:

    Amphibians start out in water using their gills and when they become adults they use their lungs on land.

  27. Isabel Contreras says:

    In water, amphibians begin with gills. As they move onto land they use lungs.

  28. Maddie Schultz says:

    Amphibians have a 3 chambered heart

  29. Hayley Ehlers says:

    Amphibians have moist skin and live in the water until they are adults.

  30. Taylor Wieland says:

    Amphibians begin in the water with gills and grow up into land and using lungs.

  31. Erik C. says:

    There skin is usually moist and soft and they can live on land or in water

  32. Sarah Ruzicka says:

    They have moist skin

  33. Nichole MichAlski says:

    They have no scales of claws but they have very smooth soft skin

  34. Abby Dvorak says:

    Amphibians double life

  35. Brandon Gannon says:

    Amphibians begin in the water with gills and grow up into land and using lungs.

  36. Riley Glause says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart compared to a human’s four chambers.

  37. Garrett Byerly says:

    Amphibians double life: larvae have gills, live in water and are filter feeders. Adults have lungs, live on land, and eat meat.

  38. Bailey Parr says:

    Amphibians live a double life. Larvae live in water and adults live on land.

  39. Alli Mehring says:

    Amphibians appeared 360 million years ago in the Carboniferous period.

  40. Beatriz Rodriguez says:

    Amphibians only have 3 chambered in the heart and humans have 4.

  41. Austin says:

    They have moist skin and no scales or claws.

  42. Maddi Jussel says:

    Amphibians have a three chambered heart.

  43. Hannah Eberl says:

    They have a double life. They live in water and on land. They use their long tongue to catch prey.

  44. Nicole Phinney says:

    Their circulatory system is similar to ours, but they have a 3 chambered heart and we have a 4 chambered heart.

  45. Sarah Rathman says:

    Amphibians have moist skin and stay in the water until they are adults.

  46. Kayla Bachle says:

    They have moist skin and no scales or claws.

  47. Shelby M. says:

    Amphibians are laid in shell-less eggs and stay in the water until they are adults.

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