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Fire-bellied Toads have long been a popular pet because of their bright green and red colors and their ease of care. They are active and great eaters, making them entertaining to observe. You can easily keep them in groups in a 20-gallon habitat. Always provide a large soaking bowl, as these toads like to spend a good deal of time soaking in water. Keeping the habitat moist and high in humidity is important. A great way to do this is to use terrarium mosses, which also serve as a great decor item to brighten up the habitat.
- Named for the "fire" coloration on their bellies.
- Eats crickets, worms, and other small insects
- Primary BrandPetco
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Wearing latex gloves while handling amphibians will not only protect you from salmonella and other potential toxins secreted by the amphibian, it also protects the amphibian from any oils, salts, lotions, or perfumes on your hand. Gloves should be worn every time you handle your pet amphibian. Washing your hands before and after will also help prevent the potential to spread diseases such as salmonella, of which all amphibians are potential carriers.
|Pet Max Length||4 IN|
|Pet Activity Time||Diurnal|
Named for the "fire" coloration on their bellies.
You can easily keep oriental fire bellied toads in groups in a 20-gallon habitat, since they are one of the few communal toads. In fact, they are often found living together in the wild. Remember to always provide a large soaking bowl, as these toads like to spend a good deal of time in water. Keep their habitat moist and high in humidity, since this type of environment is important to their health. A great way to do this is to use terrarium mosses, which can also serve as a great decor item to brighten up and add natural color to their habitat.