Are amphibians originals?

frogs

The photographs of 10 different breeds of frogs were studied. All were originals. There were no duplicates. See the figure above.

Then, 51 different breeds of salamanders were studied. Again, all of them were originals. There were no duplicates. See the figure below.

Salamanders

Further, 29 different breeds of turtles were studied and all of them were originals. There were no duplicates. See the figure below.

Turles

If one were to believe that all frogs are originals, then the chances of being wrong would be 1 chance in 1/2^10, 1024 chances. For the salamanders, it would be 1 chance in 1/2^51, 1 chance in about a quadrillion chances. For the turtles, it would be 1 chance in 500 trillion chances. Altogether, if a person were to believe that all amphibians are originals, then the chances of being wrong would be 1 chance in 1/2^90, 1 chance in about an octillion of chances. That seemed ample evidence that all amphibians are originals and that there are no duplicates. See latest book.