Are firebelly toads poisonous?
yes they are.
Fire-Bellied toads are often kept as aquarium pets. They contain a mikdly poisonous chemical called bombesin and bominine. For humans this is only a concern if the material is accidentally ingested or comes into contact with the eyes, mouth or skin. Eye symptoms usually resolve within a day.
Yes. At all stages of the cane toad's life cycle, from eggs to tadpoles to adults, cane toads are poisonous to anything that tried to ingest them. The poison has been responsible for the deaths of many native Australian animals. Adult cane toads have venom-secreting poison glands on their shoulders.