While turtles can live amphibious lives, they are actually not amphibians. They are, in fact, reptiles.
No, they are reptiles. Amphibians breathe through their lungs, gills, and skin; lay eggs without shells in moist areas; and generally have smooth, scaleless skin. Reptiles breathe with their lungs only; lay large, shelled eggs on land; and have dry skin covered with scales.
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