List of amphibians of Korea
This is a list of amphibian species found in the wild in Korea, including the Korean Peninsula and Jeju Island. A total of 20 species of amphibians are known from Korea; this includes two species of ...
List of amphibians of Korea - Wikipedia
Caudata
Salamanders are any of the roughly 655 extant and all the extinct species of amphibians within the order Caudata. The present-day species are often grouped together under the term Urodela. They are ty...
Caudata - Wikipedia
Anura
Anura may refer to:
Frogs in popular culture
Frogs feature prominently in folklore and fairy tales in many cultures, such as the story of The Frog Prince, up to modern-day popular culture. Pop culture tends to portray frogs and toads as kind, bu...
Frogs in popular culture - Wikipedia
Animal testing on frogs
Frogs have been used in animal tests throughout the history of biomedical science.Eighteenth-century biologist Luigi Galvani discovered the link between electricity and the nervous system through stud...
Animal testing on frogs - Wikipedia
Decline in amphibian populations
Since the 1980s, declines in amphibian populations, including population crashes and mass localized extinctions, have been noted from locations all over the world. These declines are perceived as one...
Decline in amphibian populations - Wikipedia
List of Anuran families
This list of Anuran families shows all extant families of Anura. Anura is an order of animals in the class Amphibia that includes frogs and toads. There are more than 5,000 species currently described...
List of Anuran families - Wikipedia
Legendary salamander in popular culture
References to the legendary salamander in popular culture—in fiction (especially fantasy fiction), games, animation, and so on—can be categorized in three ways: as a fantastic (sometimes magical) beas...
Legendary salamander in popular culture - Wikipedia
Salamander (legendary creature)
The salamander is an amphibian of the order Urodela which, as with many real creatures, often has been ascribed fantastic and sometimes occult qualities by pre-modern authors (as in the allegorical de...
Salamander (legendary creature) - Wikipedia