Where do fire bellied toads live?
they live in the south of Africa
Fire bellied toads live in Korea in small lakes and ponds also ditches.
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.
Yes, fire-bellied toads are amphibians.
Fire-bellied toads breed from May to September.
They are fire bellied because the toads heat up to much.
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.
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, they may eat the lizard. Toads usually attack anything that will fit in their mouth.
Depends on temperature and humidity. Less than 48 hrs.
Yes Fire bellied toads are poisonous !! so I would'nt be handling them. But guess you can just , when your done wash your hands very well.
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.
Yes, a person in search of Fire bellied toads can buy them at PetSmart or PetCo. Their availability varies from store to store in each city.
Yes, they have webbed feet and toads need water.
No they can not
fire is 1 bellied is 2 and toad or toads is 1 all together is 4
Fire bellied toads are a kind of frog. They make great pets. They range in color, either green, tan, dark brown, or a mixture of these with a yellow, orange, or red underside.
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.
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
they can eat rolly pollies
No they just have toxins for defense but not enough to kill a human
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.
If they was white when you got it, then it is normal.
about 2 days or less
Don't put them together. but you can put a fowler's toad with American toads and you can also put dwarf American in there with them.
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
Fire bellied toads small frogs that eat earth worms
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.:)
yes, but there are certain things, the fire bellied toad is a little shy, and the two have very different living necessities, and the chubby frog might try to eat a small fire bellied
No, you cannot get warts from any toad. However, with fire bellied toads it is best not to handle them as they secrete a very toxic poison in their skin. Wash well with soap and water after handling them.
fire belly toads live in south America some where in the deserts
It is cold blooded because all toads and frogs are cold blooded. If it lives in water, its probably cold blooded.
The fire bellied frogs live in northeastern China, Korea, Southern Japan, And southern parts of Russia.
they can lay as much as 200 at a time! Wow!
I dont think they are endangered because they are a popular pet and are sold in pet stores.
Foxes, cats, snakes, lizards and birds are the most common predators.
I have 2 firebellys and 2 bullfrogs they are doing good together.
For one toad, a 5-gallon tank should be sufficient.
take the cat to the vet as soon as possible! fire belly toads have a toxin on their skin that is highly poisonous.
Fire bellied toads have a red, orange, or yellow belly and under side. Their back, head, and every other part of their top side is either green, tan, dark brown, or a mixture of these.
This question does not make very much sense, but anyway, more than a billion.
Put crickets in the blender:)
If you put 2 f. bellied toads together in the spring and summer, the male will bark and the female will respond by having sex w/ the male.
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 cost like 5 bucks and they make awesome pets i recomend them THEY R HOT
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.
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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
Fire bellied toads are green or brown on top with a bright orange/red underside, with small black spots all over the body. They also generally have little orange caps on the tips of their toes.