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Renowned for their unique ability to inhabit both terrestrial and aquatic environments, amphibians derive their name from a Greek word meaning 'double life.' These remarkable creatures form an ancient, diverse group that made its appearance on Earth between 350-250 million years ago. In Just Amphibians, we embark on a fascinating journey through time and biodiversity to unravel the intricacies of these captivating beings.

Amphibians encompass a wide range of species, from the Frogs and Toads, equipped with powerful hind legs for prodigious hops and leaps, to the slender-bodied Salamanders and Newts characterised by their long tails, and the limbless wonders known as Caecilians.

Just Amphibians celebrates the diversity and resilience of these incredible creatures and underscores their significance as vital bioindicators in environments around the globe.