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What is an Amphibian?

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What is an Amphibian?

Amphibian means "two lives" since these animals spend the first part of their life underwater and the rest on land. From flying tree frogs to slithering caecilians, kids will be captivated by this "slimy" animal group in What is an Amphibian? Young readers will discover:

  • the amphibian family tree
  • an amphibian's body
  • special skin and senses
  • how they move and what they eat
  • water-versus land-dwelling species
  • their life cycle and parental care
  • defending themselves
  • Amphibian means "two lives" since these animals spend the first part of their life underwater and the rest on land. From flying tree frogs to slithering caecilians, kids will be captivated by this "slimy" animal group in What is an Amphibian? Young readers will discover:

  • the amphibian family tree
  • an amphibian's body
  • special skin and senses
  • how they move and what they eat
  • water-versus land-dwelling species
  • their life cycle and parental care
  • defending themselves
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    • Lexile:
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    • Interest Level:
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    • Reading Level:
      4

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    Table of Contents-

    • What is an amphibian?
      The amphibian family tree
      An amphibian’s life style
      Amphibian bodies
      Super skin
      Using their senses
      Hunters and hunted
      At home
      Frogs and toads
      Salamanders
      Caecilians
      Finding a mate
      Parenting
      Disappearing amphibians
      Words to know & Index
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      Crabtree Publishing
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