Despite their many similarities, amphibians and reptiles belong to different classes in the animal kingdom.
While amphibians and reptiles range throughout the world and live in similar environments, they spend most of their time in different habitats.
Unlike amphibians, reptiles cannot secrete mucus through their skin, but many can still generate and deliver toxins through their fangs.
Compared to amphibians, the brains of reptiles appear much more complex. They grow a larger, more well-developed cerebrum and cerebellum.