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Amphibians Find It! Quiz Name____________________________
Use the Little Explorers picture dictionary to answer the following questions.

1. Where do young amphibians live? (See the amphibian dictionary entry under "A.") ____________________

2. Where do adult amphibians live? (See the amphibian dictionary entry under "A.") ____________________

3. This word starts with a "G." Young amphibians breathe underwater using these. What is this word? ___________________

4. This word starts with an "F." It is an amphibian that loses its tail when it is an adult. What is it called? ___________________

5. This word starts with a "T." It is an amphibian that has poison glands and warty skin. What is it called? ___________________

6. This word starts with a "T." It is an early, swimming stage in the life cycle of a frog or toad. What is it called? ___________________

7. This word starts with an "S." It is an amphibian that has a tail its entire life. What is it called? _______________________

8. This word starts with an "N." It is a type of brightly-colored salamander. What is it called? _______________________

9. This phrase starts with a "P." It is a type of poisonous amphibian that lives in South America. What is it called? _______________________

10. This word starts with a "G." It is a long-extinct amphibian that lived over 200 million years ago. What is it called? _______________________



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