Amphibians of Oatland Island

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​​​​​​​Amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates that don’t have scales and need water or a moist environment to survive.​ Most amphibians go through a metamorphosis​ where they begin life completely in water and eventually evolve into land dwelling creatures. The collection of amphibians inside the Tony Cope Education and Visitors Center​ at Oatland Island Wildlife Center are both native and non-native, or invasive, to our ecosystem.​

Meet the Amphibians


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