How long do fire belly toads live?
They live about 10-12 years.Have fun with the little guys.
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.
I had 3 firebelly toads and me and my roomates didn't feed them for about 4 maybe 5 weeks and they were still alive, we let them go today
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.
In the wild they can live for 20 years. In captivity they can live for as long as 10-12 years.
First of all, they are called Fire Bellied Toads, or Fire Belly Toads, not to be mean. As long as you have [wear] gloves when you hold them, your ok [safe]. I love to watch them at the pet stores, because they are very cute. I some day will own them, too, like many other fire bellied toad owners. Aks and do your research before you by them.:)
Depends on temperature and humidity. Less than 48 hrs.
Toads of genus Bufo live 35 years.
in my opinion newts live up to 65 years, the average live of fire belly newts is from 30 to 60 years:]
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.
A fire Belly Toad can hold its breath for approximately 16.3 seconds.
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
Cane toads (Bufo marinus) in the wild can live up to ten years. In captivity they can live up to about eight years.
Up to 40 years.
Depends how good you care for them .
about 2 days or less
not for long
In captivity, many species of frogs and toads can live for surprisingly long times. They seem generally to average somewhere between 4 and 15 years.
No, frogs and toads are not the same, they are different species. Frogs have smooth skin, toads bumpy skin. Frogs have longer legs than toads. Frogs live mostly in water, while toads may live on land more. Frogs spawn is laid in a clump, toad spawn is laid in long strings.
4-15 years, depending on the species.
forever the bug stay in forever.
Toads will hibernate as long as the cold weather lasts depending on where they live. They usually begin their hibernation when it is too cold for the bugs and insects it feeds on and comes out of hibernation in the spring.
thay live for 20 years
toads can live up to 4-6 weeks without being fed.
Frogs live more in watery environments while toads live much more on land. Both can live in both water and land and are called amphibians because of this reason. The frog's skin will dry out if it is on land for long.
after they mated approximately6 month's
They are a long-lived species as frogs go -- Typically they live for 10-15 years, although there are a few records of some living up to 30 years, believe it or not.
Fire ants live to about 3 months.
5-15 years generally
Any where from 5-15 years. With larger breeds more..30+ years.
I'm not sure about toads in particular, but my White's Tree Frog is going on 17.
it depends on the food but it will devolop into a frog in 6 weeks :)
15 to 25 yeArs
Yes. Toads will eat anything that fits in their mouths as long as it moves first.
fourteen to twenty days hope it helped BOOM O~`...
The gestation period of raccoons is 63-65 days.
A toad can live up to 2 months with out any food. But make sure to at least check on them to make sure that they have no difference in their behaviour.
fly's live for 6 days
A Pot Belly Pig can live up to 12-15 years. The lucky ones can live to be 17-20 years.
Actually, a toads lifespan can be up to 40 years. Frogs typically live shorter than toads because they are not as robust. So with frogs you can expect a maximum life span of 15-20 years.
= When we take toads out of hibernation how long before they move around? =
Yes, pet toads will hibernate by burrowing themselves in the dirt. Though I've heard that if you keep your pet toad warm during the winter like it would be during the summer then it won't hibernate, but won't live as long.
No. Toads lay eggs in long gelatinous strings.
about three months
properly some where near 3-5 years depends when you got it
yes they do have long tounges
blah balhh all right, you should not put a toad and a newt together just because they are both fire bellies they might fight all the time and the newt does not secrete as much as toxins as the toad does and also the newt is much stronger so he will kill your toad and maybe eat him and there are a lot more reasons to. I'm sorry to say so but it is a… Read More
Toads do not give birth to live offspring. The females lay eggs which hatch tadpoles after 2 to 3 weeks.
There are many differences in frogs in toads!!! Here are some of the major things. Frogs: * Slimy skin * Live mostly in water * teeth on top of mouth * long legs used for jumping Toads: * Bumpy skin * Live mostly on land * No teeth * Short legs (not huge jumpers) Note the following from an article posted in the Related Links below: Frog Characteristics * Frogs have bulging eyes * Frogs… Read More
200000000000000000 thousand years
I have had the same pair of fire-belly newts for more than 18 years, and I am not sure how old they were when I got them. i have had ire bellied newts for just over 6 years and my dad also keeps them and he has had them since he was a boy and he is now 57 years old in this time he thinks he has had over 30 newts give or take… Read More