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Synonyms for amphibian

a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water

an airplane designed to take off and land on water

relating to or characteristic of animals of the class Amphibia


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Biologists are alarmed by worldwide declines in amphibian populations and the extinction of amphibian species.
None of the amphibian species in Yellowstone have been listed as threatened or endangered yet, but the park has established long-term monitoring sites and continues to fund further surveys.
The road is closed to help ensure safe crossing for several species of snakes and amphibians during their critical time of migration.
We recognized a gap in the research and realized that not much was known about how light pollution can impact amphibians.
The team is part of the Search for Lost Frogs, a worldwide campaign to find 100 amphibians that haven't been seen in at least a decade.
Hayes et al., (2010) summarized causes responsible for amphibian declines and split them into three distinct levels.
On this occasion, Mohamed al-Sada, partner, Madaeen Al Doha Group said, "Today's announcement about establishing the first factory for Amphibian vehicles is a great millstone for both Qatar and the Arab world.
* Clean reptile and amphibian habitats outside your home.
Recent efforts to classify the conservation status of amphibian species have been triggered by the rapid decline in populations' sizes.
Her statement stems from another scientist's discovery that not only frogs, but all the amphibian population in the Philippines are on the verge of being wiped out.
Scientists have traced a deadly fungus responsible for killing frogs, toads and newts worldwide to the Korean peninsula, sparking new calls for a halt to the international amphibian pet trade.
Larry Clarfeld is an Amphibian Monitoring Program educator at the North Branch Nature Center.
During present survey, 60 amphibian specimens representing 3 species, 3 genera and 2 families while 71 reptilian specimens representing 15 species, 14 genera and 10 families were captured from the study area.
In this study, we highlight the ecological value of these wetlands by assigning to them an economic value based on their amphibian production.