Amphibians are not warm-blooded animals. Warm-blooded animals generate their own heat in cold temperatures and cool themselves in warm temperatures, maintaining a stable overall body temperature in any weather. The body ... More »

Amphibians are cold-blooded. Cold-blooded animals, including amphibians, are also called "ectotherms." Their body temperatures are affected by outside sources, such as heat from the sun and local environmental conditions... More »

Because dinosaurs are classified as reptiles, one might assume that they are cold blooded, but some scientists suggest that dinosaurs may have been somewhere between cold and warm blooded. Though most animals fall into e... More »

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Types of animals that live in wetlands include mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and marine animals. Most of the animals have specialized adaptations for living in the moist area and depend on the wet environment for ... More »

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Cold-blooded animals include reptiles, insects and amphibians such as frogs, lizards, snakes, toads, turtles, salamanders, fish, dragonflies and bees. Cold-blooded animals do not keep a stable body temperature and their ... More »

All amphibians are vertebrates, which means they have backbones. The other traits all amphibians share are a life cycle in which part of the animals life is spent on land and part in the water, permeable skin without sca... More »

According to the San Diego Zoo, toads are amphibians. The National Wildlife Federation indicates that the life cycle of amphibians involves time on land and in the water. They have gills during some or all of their lives... More »