It is known that fish cannot turn their heads. Can frogs and newts do this?

In frogs and newts, the head has the ability to move due to the presence of a cervical vertebra. This department is absent in fish. However, movement is limited. The head can only rise and fall. Frogs and newts turn with their whole body. This is due to the structure of the cervical spine. As a result of the fact that the only cervical vertebra is connected to the skull by means of two joints, therefore movements are limited by them and are only possible up and down.

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