Do toads need to stay moist?
Yes, but they do not need as much moisture as frogs
toads live in moist areas
Yes. Toads (certain frogs) need a moist environment, and begin life as aquatic tadpoles.
They breath through their skin and need to stay moist to do so.
Because their eggs need to be moist and the tadpoles have gills and need water to breathe.
Yes. earthworms require their skin to be moist to breathe.
No, toads have tougher skin that doesn't dry out fast.
Forever, they just need to stay moist.
It depends on the species. Toads generally are bumpy and frogs are wet and moist.
Because they can't breathe if dry
Its a cold blood animal.
it is frogs and toads.
Frogs live in a moist environment where as toads live in a more terrestrial setting.
Because they need to stay moist so that they can perform oxygen exchange through their skin.
Toads are amphibians. All amphibians have a covering of moist skin. They do not have scaly skin or warty skin: they have moist skin.
Frogs breathe through both their lungs and through their skin. Their skin must remain moist for oxygen to get through their skin.
some frogs and toads have camouflage but,some don't so they stay hidden at night
No, but keeping them in an airtight container or in a bowl with cling wrap will help them stay moist.
becauese they need to stay moist and clean to sevive
yes! they love to eat leaves, only if they are land snails. but you have to remember that they need to stay moist!!! hope that helped!!!! p.s., at least the kind of snails i have eat leaves and need to b moist.....
Yes, but the conditions differ. Frogs: Require water and crickets Toads: Require Dry (or moist) land and crickets. Goodluck :)
Salamanders and newts, tend to hunt at night, especially after rainfall. They are amphibians like frogs and toads, and thus must keep moist. Their nocturnal habits allow them to stay safe and they are less likely to dry out this way from the sun.
They do need water to live; they need to keep them selves moist to travel, and like any other living creature, they need to stay hydrated.
Frogs have very special skin, they drink and breathe through it. Instead they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin. frogs get oxygen through their skin when it's moist, they need to take care of their skin or they might suffocate. you'll find frogs that are slimy. This is because the frog skin secretes a mucus that helps keep it moist. Even with the slimy skin, these frogs need to stay near… Read More
Bullfrogs are amphibious. They need to live near water. Their body is narrower than that of a toad, and their skin is smooth and moist. Toads, however, are wider with rough, dry skin.
You find frogs and toads at Wetland areas. Such as in ponds, under moist logs, and at creeks.
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.
The amount of water a worm needs a day are 2 teaspoon a day and they need water to stay alive because they need to be moist.
Amphibians are vulnerable to dehydration because of their thin skin. They need to stay in moist places and can not survive in dry places for long.
Frogs have unusual skin. Frogs don't usually swallow water like we do. Instead they absorb most of the moisture they need through their skin. Because frogs get oxygen through their skin when it's moist, they need to take care of their skin or they might suffocate. Sometimes you'll find frogs that are slimy. This is because the frog skin secretes a mucus that helps keep it moist. Even with the slimy skin, these frogs need… Read More
The amphibians need to keep their skin moist to keep themselves cool and it helps them with breathing. They also like to lay their spawn in the water of very moist areas.
Frogs like moist cool areas. When it rains usually the sun is away and there are clouds and its muddy and moist out; perfect habitat for a frog.
tadpoles are baby frogs or toads. like us they cant stay babys forever and have to grow up
yes they can
Amphibians breathes through their skin, they accumulate enough air from the moist on their skin. If there is no moist, they will die.
Amphibian skin is permeable; they need moisture to keep from drying out, to stay hydrated, and to supplement respiration.
Yes, like all living things on Earth, toads need water.
Worms do not need water in the sense of volume per day to imbibe. Worms have to stay moist, but will actually drown in water. So long as their habitat stays moist, but not wet, they will be fine.
Frogs and toads typically live in moist, humid areas. Rurally, they might live in swamps or along ponds or lakes. In the city, they tend to live under porches or inside thick shrubbery.
16 to 18 weeks
if they stay moist for a month
Because they need to keep their skin moist
Hippos are large animals so need a lot of space. They need a pond or mudhole so they can stay cool and keep their skins moist and lots of food every day.
some toads go under stuff like wood or rocks or roots of trees but some stay out at day time
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......
Yes, they have webbed feet and toads need water.
Garden snails cannot stay in water because they cannot breath or swim in water. However, garden snails need water to keep them moist so they don't dry up.
The spores can stay in shoes if they are moist and do not dry out between wearings.
That all depends on the species of frog and the weather. As a general rule frogs need to stay moist. All frogs can breathe air, so thats not the problem. If they are being handled your hands need to stay wet to avoid drying their skin out.