Amphibia

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From Medieval Latin, from Ancient Greek ἀμφίβια ‎(amphíbia), nominative neuter plural of ἀμφίβιος ‎(amphíbios, two types of life), from ἀμφί ‎(amphí, of both kinds) + βίος ‎(bíos, life).

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Amphibia

  1. A taxonomic class within the subphylum Vertebrata—the amphibians.

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