Ancient Species -
Amphibians

Amphibians include frogs, toads, newts and salamanders. Adult amphibians usually live on land but lay soft-shelled eggs in water. Young amphibians live in the water, breathing through gills. As they mature, they usually lose their gills and develop legs.

Amphibians first appeared in the Carboniferous Period (354 to 286 million years ago). Frogs, toads and salamanders have all been present since the Jurassic Period (213 to 144 million years ago).

  

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Megalodon Shark Tooth Fossil after Dinosaur Teeth 5.930" - 150mm Natural

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100% Natural Rare Fossil Shrimp ( Carpopenaeus Callirostris ) Lebanon

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100% Natural Fossil Seed Fern (Asterotheca Miltoni)

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27.80ct 100% Natural Petrified Wood Pendant & Sample (QLD Australia Fossils)

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120gr Natural Polished Red Petrified Wood Fossil and Pendant

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Natural Petrified Wood, Qld

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100% Natural Unique Coloured Extinct Lemon Shark & Requiem Shark Teeth

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