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Amphibia is the titular main location of the series with the same name. The island itself is shaped like a lily pad when zoomed out. Frogs, Toads, Salamanders, and Newts live in Amphibia along with various creatures and monsters like giant mantises and and predatory herons. Amphibia is the place where Anne, Marcy, and Sasha ended up after opening the Calamity Box Anne had stolen from a thrift store
According to Hop-Popular, there are 22,651 amphibians living in Amphibia.
- Wartwood Swamp: The main area of Amphibia, Wartwood Swamp is populated by anthropomorphic amphibians. Unlike many cities located on Earth, Wartwood Swamp is not technologically advanced and uses traditional methods such as bioluminescent mushrooms for light, bearing the resemblance of a medieval period as swords and bows are still used.
- Plantar Residence: The Plantar Residence is where Sprig, Polly, and Hop Pop live. It is also where Anne is currently living in. In the episode segment "Family Shrub", it is revealed that the descendants of the Plantar family lived in the Plantar Residence before Sprig, Hop Pop, and Polly moved in.
- Toad Tower: A tower located far from Wartwood, Toad Tower is inhabited by toads with Captain Grime as their leader. Sasha, one of Anne's human friends, was formerly held prisoner here before joining the army as a second-in-command.
Other locations in Amphibia which are minor or upcoming.
- Dangerous Mountains
- Lily Paddington
- Swamp Shire
- Bog Bottom
Unlike the wildlife found on Earth, the wildlife in Amphibia is much larger in size. Many of Amphibia's faunas are usually predators of the frog-people. Some plants also are carnivorous and will eat frogs as well. However, there are a few animals that can be tamed and domesticated as transportation, such as snails, ladybugs, and spiders. For example, in Anne or Beast? There was a giant red grasshopper that tried to eat the frogs but then Anne instantly tamed it and tied it up in rope.
- The land of Amphibia resembles that of a giant lilypad, a plant often associated with frogs.
- Amphibia is named after the biological classification of amphibians, which is coincidental since the majority of the population inhabiting Amphibia are amphibians themselves.
- It might be possible the world of Amphibia has more oxygen in the atmosphere of this world than there is in the environment of Earth, this may allow many creatures to grow many times larger than their Earth counterparts.
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