What does a yellow bellied sea snake look like?
The yellow-bellied sea snake has black on the top. It has a yellow belly. It also has black dots.
The coral snake is a fairly small but brightly colored snake with black, yellow, and red bands. It is easily mistaken for the harmless milk snake. The red bands of a coral snake touch the yellow bands while in the milk snake, the red bands touch the black ones. Use this pneumonic: Red touches yellow: you're a dead fellow. Red touches black: you're okay jack.
I believe you mean fire bellied toads. FBT's have poison glands on the side of their heads. They look like small bulges. They can also have them on their upper back. If the toad is not green, the poison glands on their back are light green. You can see poison as a yellow color in their water if left unchanged. The toads squirt out poison if they feel that they are in danger.
Look at the ring pattern on the snake's skin and determine if red and yellow rings are touching; if so, this is a venomous coral snake. On a coral snake, the ring pattern is: red, yellow, black, yellow, red. In the case of a scarlet king snake, the ring pattern is: red, black, yellow, black, red, or maybe blue. Remember this rhyme - Red touches yellow, kills a fellow. Red touches black, friend of Jack…