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How is it called an animal that is born in the water and then grows lungs?
Question Date: 2019-03-21
Answer 1:

An animal born in the water which then grows lungs is an amphibian. Amphibians live on land but breed in water like frogs, salamanders, newts and others. The following is a nice site where you can read about amphibians:

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