Fire belly newts both should get along unless there both females. They will stay away from each other but if you put a female and male together you will get a surprise also i think the blue belly newt will get along with the fire belly cause my friend haves both blue belly and fire belly and they get along just fine!
they can stay underwater for about 3 years
which bird can stay in underwater for longest period
some frogs and toads have camouflage but,some don't so they stay hidden at night
a porpoise can stay underwater for about 30 minutes or longer
The blue whale can stay underwater for 20 minuties
Paint does not affect how long the turtle can stay underwater..
I think a person can stay underwater for 4 minutes because harry Houdini holds the record for sinking underwater.
Yes, a hippo can stay underwater for up to six minutes.
Burrowing toads are toads that burrow and like to stay out of sunlight. they are normally green and brown colours and have a black and white speckled stomach.
A penguin can stay underwater for about 15 minutes and can go to a depth of 1700 feet.
Most people can stay underwater for about a minute, but some can stay under for about 2 1/2 minutes.
It depends on the type of frog how long they can stay underwater. Some can stay underwater for their whole lives while some only stay for about 10 minutes.
Adult gray whales can stay underwater for approximately 10 - 15 minutes.
No, but they can stay underwater for a long time.
tadpoles are baby frogs or toads. like us they cant stay babys forever and have to grow up
Yes, they can stay under for a long time. No, they don't breathe underwater.
they can say underwater for 15 minutes
yes it is normal for a turtle to stay underwater very long time especially when they are young it will come out sometime
whales can stay underwater for such a long period of time because of the thick skin they are having
Normally, iguanas dont swim underwater. In the wild you see them swimming with their head up over the water so that they can breath. An iguana can stay underwater for 28.7 minutes.
Yellow belly turtles can stay in the water for at least 30 mins .
16 to 18 weeks
A duck can stay 10secunds or more
Hermit crabs can drown, but they can stay underwater, i would say, 30 seconds safley. The max is 2 mins.
The average dolphin can only stay underwater for 8-10 minutes. Some may hold their breath as long as 15 minutes.
Normally sport divers can stay underwater for about 1 or 2 hours depending on the depth they go to and the size of the tank they use.
Yes! Alligators can stay underwater for hours at a time and come out at day.
Yes, penguins can stay underwater for ten minutes. They have been known to stay underwater for up to thirty minutes at a time, up to depths of 1300 feet.
What kind of animal has special flaps around its nostrils that close when it goes underwater enabling it to stay down for as long as 25minutes?
The Longest Animal That Can Stay Underwater is MEEEE
some toads go under stuff like wood or rocks or roots of trees but some stay out at day time
They can't live underwater as a toad, but as a tadpole they live underwater. But then they transform in many different ways. They grow legs, and lungs instead of gills. However, toads and frogs still have to stay moisterized, because they do about half of their breathing through the pores in their skin. +++ They can live a long time underwater, but don't need to as long as they can find cool, slightly damp hiding-places… Read More
Platypuses cannot breathe underwater, just like mammals and dolphins can't. They tend to stay underwater for one to two minutes at a time, and can stay underwater as long as ten minutes, if left undisturbed.
No. Platypuses are air-breathing mammals, which use their lungs to breathe. Most times, they stay underwater for just one to two minutes. However, if a predator threatens, the platypus is able to stay underwater, motionless, for up to eight minutes, holding its breath.
I think it can. I am not sure.
Seahorses LIVE underwater permanently ! They breathe through GILLS not lungs !
On average, a platypus will hold its breath and stay underwater for one to two minutes, but they can stay underwater for eight to ten minutes if left undisturbed.
By sealing their noses shut, a sea lion can stay underwater for 10 to 15 minutes before having to resurface for air.
First, if you see an animal go under and you know its a duck and he's been down for more than 10 seconds you get into that pond and get him out: he needs help! Second, a duck-like bird that can stay underwater long is a loon. The waterfowl that can stay underwater the longest has to be the cormorant. I've timed one who stayed underwater for a total of two minutes!
they can stay there for about 3 days without food or water
When they go underwater, their ears and mouth seal so they don't get water in them, this helps them stay underwater for a solid 15 minutes.
Depends on the type of frog. Some can stay underwater for long periods of time while some only for about 10 minutes. Some can even stay underwater all their lives.
Bengal tigers can not stay underwater for many minutes, tigers need the air and, like house cats, they don't like water alot
Salmon stay underwater all the time because salmon is a kind of fish which has gills for breathing while dolphin is a mammal.
No. Platypuses can only stay underwater for a minute or two when they dive for food. They can stay underwater for up to eight minutes if they are completely stationary, hiding from potential predators. Like all mammals, they must come up to the surface for air.
forever the bug stay in forever.
Yes, but they do not need as much moisture as frogs
Toads remain underground in a mucous cocoon until a good rain and emerge to feed and breed at that time. Most of the year they stay underground.
About 15 minutes