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Fish may have been the first vertebrates, but it wasn’t until the emergence of amphibians that vertebrates took their first steps on land. Since then, they have hung on through four mass extinctions and continue to play a vital role not just in ecosystems as predators and prey but also as natural regulators against the spread of diseases such as malaria.

Species spotlight

Find out about amazing amphibians from around the world. The role they play in our ecosystems and how we can protect them through wildlife conservation activities.