African Bouncing Toads are amphibians named for their bouncing motion that helps them to distract and escape predators. This also helps them move through shallow pools of water. These toads can be kept together but need ample space for activity; keeping 2 or more will require a minimum of a 20-gallon terrarium.
- Large, webbed hind feet help propel them through water
- Diet should include, but is not limited to crickets, mealworms, and other small invertebrates
- Like all amphibians, they shouldn't be handled frequently
- Male specimens are generally smaller and more vocal than females
- Scientific Name - Bufo regularis
- Minimum habitat size: 20 gallons
- Also known as the square-marked toad
African Toads can be kept together but need ample space for activity. Keeping 2 or more will require a minimum of a 20-gallon terrarium. To reduce stress and boredom, make sure there are plenty of places to hide and climb. Remember to provide them with fresh water sources daily, so they can soak and eliminate without worry of bacteria buildup.