amphibian

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  • He found something much more significant than expected - the remains of ancient amphibians.
  • These joined a fleet of four relatively new amphibians already in service.
  • But this is quite enough of the sea for any one but an amphibian. Cited from "Over There" with the Australians, by R. Hugh Knyvett
  • They mostly live hidden in the ground, making them the least familiar order of amphibians.
  • The river is host to numerous species of birds, amphibians and fish.
  • The total of its amphibian species are more than the United States and Canada combined.
  • They are also known to be prey to a large variety of amphibians.
  • Because of a lack of surface water, amphibian presence in the monument is limited.
  • He also described several new species of amphibians.
  • The sharp bill is used to catch fish, amphibians and other animals.
  • The park has four species of fish, six species of amphibians, and five species of reptiles.
  • All three also contain remains of numerous other animals, including dinosaurs, amphibians, and fish.
  • There are also five amphibian species and one reptile species in the park.
  • Twenty-six amphibian species are found in Michigan, one of the fifty United States.
  • He heard about the amphibian finds in Clogh and came to study them himself.
  • Similarly, only six species of amphibians are documented, although those species exist in large numbers.
  • An amphibious aircraft or amphibian is an aircraft that can take off and land on both land and water.
  • There are three species of amphibian on Saint Martin, two of which were introduced.
  • Early in the story, Amphibian questions the team's actions and goals.
  • The two of them come across a lake hidden within a forest, and see a large amphibian creature rise up from it.
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Words starting with amphibian

Meaning of amphibian

  • noun A flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water
  • noun An airplane designed to take off and land on water
  • noun Cold-blooded vertebrate typically living on land but breeding in water; aquatic larvae undergo metamorphosis into adult form