What are the differences between amphibians and reptiles?


The difference between amphibians and reptiles are tabulated below.

Amphibian  Reptiles
They have a dual mode of life in terrestrial and water. They are completely terrestrial.
Scales are absent. The heart is three-chambered. Skin is covered with scales. The heart is three-chambered but the ventricle is further divided through a septum.
Their eggs are covered with gel. Their eggs are covered with a hard protective covering.
Amphibians use both skin and lungs for breathing. Reptilians breathe through lungs only.
It includes frogs, toads, and salamanders.  It includes lizards, snakes, turtles, chameleons, etc.


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