No. Toads do not like water, most people think they do but they actually don't they just drink it. How I know that, is because when it rains toads pop out of their holes and go under shelter because they don't want to get drowned from the splashes.
Yea, I love to swim with toads
Yes, like all living things on Earth, toads need water.
yes, firebelly toads swim in water and they also like land but they are mostly in the water
Fire belly toads like warm water, preferring water around 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Horned lizards (Toads) drink water.
Yes. Toads (certain frogs) need a moist environment, and begin life as aquatic tadpoles.
Toads are not like frogs they do prefer damp places rather than the water, and often overwinter in garden pots under dying leaves.
toads soak in water from its skin
American toads by fresh water.
dirt grass water plants A basic forest like environment with lots of water.
Baby toads look like small versions of adult toads.
Cane toads look like any normal toad! They are called cane toads because...they're toads.cane toads are toads thaat are brownish and yellowishr
Toads drink by sucking up water into there body.
frogs live in water and toads live in trees
Yes, the young of both frogs and toads live in water.
water Toads are amphibians and they lay their eggs (spawn) in water. The eggs hatch out into toad tadpoles which eventually grow limbs and change into small toads, which are then able to leave the water.
an amphibion, those like frogs or toads and some reptiles
mixture of water and land and leaves
do you know what toads like well, here is what your toad would like your mom!
No toads are not entirely groud-dwelling because like most amphibians they are born as tadpoles and must live in the water.
Toads can not be born on land they need to be born in water so that they can get use to the water and they need the water to live......
Toads are known to come out when its raining.
Toads are found on all continents except Antarctica and are also not present on isolated islands likeNew Zealand, New Guinea, and Madagascar.A group of toads is often called a knot.Like frogs, toads also start out life in water as fish-like tadpoles.While toads and frogs are biologically the same there are some key differences between them. Toads are associated with a drier, wart-covered, leathery skin, and shorter legs than frogs. They also can live further away from water.Toads do not have teeth, so they do not chew their food, instead swallowing it whole.Toads will hibernate throughout the winter monthsThey do not walk like we do. Instead they jump on all fours and their legs are bent.
Well toads drink water and toads eat insects and maybe vegetables it depends what specie