Amphibious means relating to or suited for both land and water. A sample sentence is: "Frogs and toads are amphibious creatures".
Fish can be amphibious. Got to wikipedia to find out!
There were no amphibious tanks used in WW1. Tanks were only used in the late World War, and they were not technically advanced enough to be amphibious. For "the late" substitute "the latter part of", and add "1" after "War".
It is called an amphibious assult.
It is the site of an amphibious landing that was an Allied victory
It was a major amphibious assault on the European mainland.
Here is a sentence for the word amphibious. There are many types of amphibious birds found all around the world.
The US nearly perfected amphibious landings during WWII.
an amphibious animal can live in land and in water
The amphibious vehicle drove on the beach, straight into the water.
The frog is amphibious.
The new army amphibious vehicle was fast on land and very stable in water.
amphibious or amphibians are two groups 1.tailed mammals/animals 2.tailess mammals or animals.
A whale. Amphibious means "capable of functioning on land or in water". Whales are not amphibious. Frogs are amphibious.
amphibious is a long word. This does nothing to describe the meaning of the word and should not be accepted as an answer. You can say: Frogs are the most common type of amphibious animals.
Yes, amphibious is an adjective.
Amphibious Fighters was created in 1943.