Amphibians

Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates that can live in water and on land.
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Florida Yellow Bladderwort | Expeditions Shorts
Florida Yellow Bladderwort | Expeditions Shorts

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In Apalachicola National Forest, Patrick talks about Karst Topography, or giant limestone sinkholes located all over Florida. When these sinkholes fill up with water, many species of plants and...
Oak Toad | Expeditions Shorts
Oak Toad | Expeditions Shorts

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Here in Francis Marion National Forest, in South Carolina, Patrick McMillan shows us the Oak Toad, one of the smallest in the toad species. Its unique skin colorations are perfect for camouflaging...
Savannah River Site (S.C.) Stop 5 - Rainbow Bay
Savannah River Site (S.C.) Stop 5 - Rainbow Bay

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This area is known as a “dry wetland” Here, Button bush, and Red maple trees thrive here. Under a nearby wooden board, Rudy and Jim find a Mole salamander, and a Ring-Neck snake. And in a nearby tree...
Forty Acre Rock (S.C.) Stop 3 - Vernal Pools
Forty Acre Rock (S.C.) Stop 3 - Vernal Pools

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Vernal Pools - Red Cedar trees commonly populate these rock outcropping areas. Lichens break down the rock surface, creating the dirt in which plants can grow. Black Rock Moss Haircap Moss...
Fowler's Toad | The Cove Forest
Fowler's Toad | The Cove Forest

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(Bufo fowler) This toad is commonly found in the deciduous woods of the Carolinas. It differs from the American Toad by having more than two warts in each dorsal dark spot. The large glands behind the...