There are over 6,400 species of amphibians found worldwide, except in Antarctica and Greenland. Amphibians are vertebrates and include animals such as frogs, toads, salamanders, newts and worm-like caecilians. They can be found on land or in fresh water for they live in a variety of habitats from deserts to rain forests, permanent ponds or high mountain meadows. Most amphibians have four limbs and are cold-blooded, that is, they use the environment to regulate their body temperature. These creatures spend part of their life in water, and the other part on land.
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( ) Amphibians have four limbs.
( ) Amphibians are able to live in water as well as on land.
( ) There are at least six thousand species of amphibians found all over the world.
( ) Six species of amphibians are the ones known the world over.
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