Amphibian Structure And Function
Amphibians are vertebrates that exist in two worlds: they divide their time between freshwater and terrestrial habitats. They share a number of features with air-breathing lungfish, but they also differ from lungfish in many ways.
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How are amphibians both similar to and yet different from their fish ancestors?
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