how do amphibians breathe



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    Different amphibians breath in different ways. They breath through gills, lungs, the lining of the mouth, the skin, or a combination of these. The skin allows air to pass into the blood through porous skin in veins that are very close to the skin. Gills allow air in through then and lungs allow air in through them as well. Amphibians all share the ability to breath in air through water. 

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