Amphibia (Q10908)

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class of tetrapods, whose living forms include frogs, toads, salamanders, newts and caecilians
  • amphibian
  • amphibians
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Amphibia
class of tetrapods, whose living forms include frogs, toads, salamanders, newts and caecilians
  • amphibian
  • amphibians

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Eryops megacephalus – Reineta gegant Olm – Hynobius kimurae (Catalan)
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برمائيات (Arabic)
Земнаводныя (Belarusian)
Земноводни (Bulgarian)
Divelfenneg (Breton)
Amfibis (Catalan)
Obojživelníci (Czech)
Amphibien (German)
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Αμφίβια (Greek)
Amphibians (English)
Anfibios (Spanish)
Sammakkoeläimet (Finnish)
Amphibiens (French)
Amfiibie (Northern Frisian)
anfíbios (Galician)
דו חיים (Hebrew)
Kétéltűek (Hungarian)
Երկկենցաղներ (Armenian)
Anfibi (Italian)
両生綱 (Japanese)
양서강 (Korean)
Водоземци (Macedonian)
Amfibieën (Dutch)
płazy (Polish)
Anfíbios (Portuguese)
Amfibieni (Romanian)
Земноводные (Russian)
Obojživelníky (Slovak)
Groddjur (Swedish)
สัตว์ครึ่งบกครึ่งน้ำ (Thai)
สัตว์สะเทินน้ำสะเทินบก (Thai)
İki yaşamlılar (Turkish)
Земноводні (Ukrainian)
lớp lưỡng cư or động vật lưỡng cư (Vietnamese)
兩棲綱 (Chinese)
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370 million years BCE
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Amphibians
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12 July 2015
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Amphibians
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