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OK so I was playing Quizzy's blast last night and there was a question that said this"what type of animal is an alligator,lizard,turtle,and frog?"there were other options but I dont remember but there were two that I do remember.Reptile and amphibian. I thought about it because I thought a lizard was a reptile but now that I think about it there are lizards that could be amphibians. Because isn't the definition of an amphibian "an animal that lives in BOTH water and land"? So I know that alligotors go in the water AND land. Frogs go in water AND land. Turtles go in water AND land. And as I said before some lizards could go in water AND land. So I clicked amphibian instead of reptile.I got it WRONG! I think this question was wrong because ALL four of these animals can go in water AND land. Don't you think so?!
Quizzy is not always correct. For example they have a question in the animal section about what animal has the biggest brain relative to its body. Their answer is "ant." That would be a little difficult since ants do not have brains. They have ganglia.
Frogs are amphibians. Amphibians are cold-blooded animals that change from a juvenile, water-breathing form to an adult, air-breathing form. So alligators and turtles don't really change, just get bigger. Frogs change from tadpoles into adult frogs. That is a tricky question for smaller children, but at quizzy's some of them are from the 13+ section to make it harder for older kids.
Lizards are always reptiles. There are similar looking animals like salamanders and newts that are amphibians - but like jdvk said, amphibians go through a larva (tadpole) stage before they become adults.
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