Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates (not to be confused with reptiles). The name means “two lives” implying they live both on land and in water. Similar to reptiles, they are cold-blooded creatures (same temperature as the air or water around them) but have breathable skin (instead of scales).

All About Monitor Lizards

Monitor Lizards

Curious to learn more about monitor lizards? Earth’s Friends is pleased to be your go-to resource for monitor lizards. If you are curious about caring, grooming, or feeding you lizard, we have everything you ever wanted to know and all your questions answered below. Read on to learn more about these quite creatures including monitor lizard facts…

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Discovery of the Smallest Frog in the World

Small frog in hand

There are more species of animal living on the face of our planet than we will perhaps ever know about, but a recent discovery adds one more creature to the list of discovered species. In this article we will cover the newly discovered smallest frog in the world – the Paedophryne amanuensis, found in New Guinea measuring just .27 inches long.

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