The Earliest Amphibians Evolved In The Devonian Period From Sarcopterygian Fish With Lungs And Bony Limbed Fins, Features That Were Helpful In Adapting To Dry Land They Diversified And Became Dominant During The Carboniferous And Permian Periods, But Were Later Displaced By Reptiles And Other Vertebrates Over Time, Amphibians Shrank In Size And Decreased In Diversity, Leaving Only The Modern Subclass Lissamphibia
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- Amphibians and their features
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- 24 April 2019 Crystal Smith