Q- What are the differences between the amphibians and the reptiles?
1. The Amphibians are those animals that can survive in both water as well as land.
2. Generally Amphibians uses their gills to do respiration in water and skin to do respiration on land.
3. The skin of Amphibians is thin, moist, glandular and respiratory.
4. Exoskeleton is absent in Amphibians.
5. Amphibians involve larval state in their growth. For example: tadpole in frog.
1. The Reptiles are those animals that can survive either in water or on land.
2. Generally Reptiles uses their trachea or lungs to do respiration.
3. The skin of Reptiles is thick, dry and non-glandular.
4. Exoskeleton is present in Reptiles.
5. Reptiles do not involve larval state in their growth.