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Amphibians are inhabitants of the magical swamp-like tropical world of Amphibia.
Amphibians are cold-blooded, tetrapod vertebrates of the class Amphibia. Modern amphibians are all Lissamphibia. They inhabit a wide variety of habitats, with most species living within terrestrial, fossorial, arboreal or freshwater aquatic ecosystems.
The Amphibians look like anthropomorphic amphibians with four fingers and two toes, and many different colored bodies, eyes, mouths, and tongues. In the series, some amphibians have three different pupil shapes: realistic, semi-realistic, and dots. In the show so far, only Class Anura (Frogs and Toads) and Class Caudata (Salamanders, Newts, and Axolotls) have been seen. In Wartwood Swamp, their clothes are ragged, except for the Mayor and Toadie.
Most of the characters in this series have been frogs, including The Plantar Family, Sadie Croaker, Mayor Toadstool, Grime, etc. They have large eyes, retractable tongues, large rear feet, and two nostril holes for a nose. They are usually short and feature no tail in adult form. In the show, the toads are the ruling class of Amphibia and hold every position of power. Toads are more distinguished in the show as being more stockier, bigger, and possessing groves that run parallel down their necks.
Anura children are alternatively called babies and pollywogs.
Salamanders (Caudata )
There have only been a few Salamanders (axolotls and newts are a group of salamanders) in the series so far, most notably Leopold Loggle, an axolotl, and Albus Duckweed. They are similar to order Anura, but with many differences. Excluding a few frog species, salamanders have longer snouts and a tail.
- Most of the Amphibians who know Hop Pop refer to him as his full name, Hopadiah Plantar.
- The only order of amphibians not to be featured in the series so far is Gymnophiona (serpentine amphibians).
- In the show, all the Amphibians have four fingers on each hand while the Humans have five fingers on each hand.
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