Teaching Students About Amphibians
Amphibians are a diverse and interesting group of animals that can be found all over the world. As teachers, it is important to provide our students with a basic understanding of amphibians so that they can better appreciate the wildlife around them.
An amphibian is a vertebrate that can breathe through both its skin and lungs. These animals typically have smooth, moist skin that can easily absorb water and strong dry skin that can resist dehydration. Amphibians typically live in water, but can also live on land.
There are over 1,400 known species of amphibians, and they can be found all over the world. Amphibians come in a variety of colors and patterns, and many of them have unique behaviors and lifestyles.
One of the most common amphibians is the frog. Frogs are often considered to be pests because they can cause damage to crops, but they are also important members of the ecosystem. Frogs are known for their vocalizations, which can be used to communicate with other frogs.