Sa·li·en·tia | \ ˌsālēˈench(ē)ə, ˌsal-, -ntēə \
Definition of Salientia
: an order of Amphibia comprising the frogs, toads, and tree toads all of which are distinguished by complete absence of a tail in the adult stage and by possession of long strong hind limbs well suited to leaping and swimming
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