How long can fire bellied toads live with out water?
Depends on temperature and humidity. Less than 48 hrs.
Yes, as long as the fish and Fire Bellied Toads are around the same size and the toads have a place were they can get out of the water if they want to.
Fire bellied toads live in Korea in small lakes and ponds also ditches.
they live in the south of Africa
Yes, usually they can without a lot of competition. But sometimes it might not work out, and they can get into a fight. personally I have two fire bellied toads, one marbled salamander, and a fire salamander.
yes indeed they can but the water can have chemicals frog the bellied toad that can make the wood frog sick so water need to be changes daily
No, fire-bellied toads release toxins from their skin that can be deadly to other amphibians.
In the wild they can live for 20 years. In captivity they can live for as long as 10-12 years.
No. Bettas need an aquarium (All water). Toads need a vivarium (water and land). Also toads are eaters of fish so I doubt your Betta would last very long
No, they may eat the lizard. Toads usually attack anything that will fit in their mouth.
As long as the tow types are around the same size and are both getting equal amounts of food. The fire-bellied toad can be a aggressive hunter.
They are called Fire Bellied Toads and no they are a common pet but frogs are going extinct.U have to feed them live crickets.
Oriental fire-bellied toads, and a few other closely related toads have triangular pupils. These amphibians live in Korea and nearby Russia and on some Japanese islands.
Yes IF - you have enough water so the toxins from the toads don't kill them - the fish can survive in the same temperature range as the toads - the fish are going to eat or nip at the toads -the poison will not kill or make the other fish ill at contact such as a healthy Betta fish. Lots of people keep feeder guppies with their toads. Sometimes the toads catch them. But… Read More
fire belly toads live in south America some where in the deserts
they are like any other frogs, they live in humid areas and live on both land and (mostly) water.
The fire bellied frogs live in northeastern China, Korea, Southern Japan, And southern parts of Russia.
Im not sure if it is recomended... But i keep my fire belly toad and baby razorback musk turtle and some fish in a 10 gallon for awhile now and they have never had any problems. hope that helped Jill
frogs live in water and toads live in trees
Yes, the young of both frogs and toads live in water.
Depending on the species of frog you plan to house with your toads, the answer could be yes or no. There are some species which can coexist with fire-bellied toads as they are immune to their toxins, but you should first take into account several key facts: -Sometimes frogs simply don't agree with others, a bit like humans and their personalities. Should this or worse disagreements occur, you must have spare equipment to house the… Read More
My name is Sarah. I have had my fire bellied newt for seven years. I feed it either live or frozen blood worms. It usually has fresh water, but I have not cleaned the terrarium that often, so I assume he is a tough little creature. I expect it to live for at least ten to fifteen years.
American toads by fresh water.
No they cannot, it is not good to mix different species together as most reptiles are solitary animals.
i know they can live with white cloud minnows
Sometimes they live in water but mostly on land
Toads lay eggs (spawn) in ponds but for most of the year they live out of water.
They live at South America
Yes, fire belly toads and newts can live together as long as you have adequate space for both species. You will also need foliage for the newts to hide in and climb on.
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......
All amphibians have a life stage that occurs in water. They do not need to live in water. For example, toads come from eggs laid in water that turn to tadpoles and the tadpoles develop into toads that live almost exclusively on land.
land and water
They live about 10-12 years.Have fun with the little guys.
Anywhere not in water. Frogs, on the other hand, live only near and in water.
Most amphibians live in or around water, although toads do not have to.
Most frogs live in water, while most toads live on land, but still near water.
well toads live on land and water they swim in water and hop on land
water and land
Chinese fire bellied newts (of the species Cyanops orientalis) and other similar species which spend most of their time under water will usually feed underwater on insects and other small invertebrates. In the pet trade these species are often fed within the water on live or frozen invertebrates. The species would feed on land but since it spends the greater part of its day in the water then it will be unlikely to eat a… Read More
yes they have guilds
Most toads live on land and return to water to mate. Frogs primarily live in water.
Frogs are amphibians(creatures that live in both water and on land). Toads are amphibians too, and are in the frog family. However, toads prefer dryer climates and will avoid getting wet if possible. But toads can(and will) swim if they need to do so.
Toads will live on land. Most frogs live in or near water.
Most amphibians live in water. Most live in or near water. Although some, such as toads, live in dry places.
turtles need to swim, live, everything in water and toads need water but don't live in it. . . . . Also the turtle could possibly eat the toad depending on size hahaha
Toads are not like frogs they do prefer damp places rather than the water, and often overwinter in garden pots under dying leaves.
No, Fire belly toads have some toxins in them that may not be good for other frogs.
No they will not. Toads always feed on land and are not able to eat under water where tadpoles live.
They are adapted to live both on land and in water.
Most frogs live in water, while most toads live on land.
they need the water to keep their skin from drying out