Amphibia is the titular location of the animated series of the same name.
Places of Interest
- Wartwood Swamp: One of the main settings of Amphibia, Wartwood Swamp is populated by anthropomorphic amphibians. Unlike many cities located on Earth, Wartwood Swamp is not technologically advanced and uses traditional methods such as bioluminescent mushrooms for light.
- Plantar Residence: The Plantar Residence is where Sprig, Polly, and Hop Pop live. It is also where Anne is currently living in. In the episode segment "Family Shrub", it is revealed that the descendants of the Plantar family lived in the Plantar Residence before Sprig, Hop Pop, and Polly moved in.
- Toad Tower: A tower located far from Wartwood, Toad Tower is inhabited by anthropomorphic toads with Grime as their leader. Sasha, one of Anne's human friends, lived there until it was destroyed.
- Bittyburg: A tiny town is inhabited by minuscule frogs such as Bailey who live in various buildings made of cacti, skulls and barrels. There is also a windmill and water tower as well as a saloon, bar, and restaurant.
- Ribbitvale: a town were some of the most wealthy families in Amphibia live.
- Newtopia: The capital city Amphibia that is located somewhere on the farthest part of the strange world. This wear the ruler of Amphibia King Andrias resides and were Marcy, one of Anne's human friends was transported to by the Calamity Box 
Unlike the wildlife found on Earth, the wildlife in Amphibia is much larger in size. Many of Amphibia's faunas are usually predators of the frog-people. Some plants also are carnivorous and will eat frogs as well. However, there are a few animals that can be tamed and domesticated as transportation, such as snails, ladybugs, and spiders.
- The name Amphibia is based on the biological classification of amphibians, which appropriate since the majority of the population inhabiting Amphibia are amphibians themselves.
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