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    Amphibians: Adaptations for Aquatic and Terrestrial Life

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    Give, with an example, an explanation of how amphibians have developed certain features which aid them to live both on land and in water?

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    Animals can live in each and every corner on the Earth. We all are aware that some of the places are very hot and some are very cold. There is plenty of water and plants somewhere while other places have little water and few plants. Antarctica is almost fully covered with ice, but a few plants still grow there. Even animals live in Antarctica. The animals in Antarctica are dependent on the sea for feeding ...

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    This solution discusses some of the morphological and physiological adaptations amphibians have developed in order to live both in water and on land. This has been developed in about 310 words. A diagram is also accompanied with this solution and is provided as a .jpeg file.

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