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European green toad

Amphibians & Reptiles·Amphibian

A common toad throughout much of Europe, green toads can be found in a variety of habitats from forests to deserts. During the spring breeding season, a single female toad can lay up to 15,000 eggs. They are important predators of insect pests.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Life spanUp to 11 years
  • Body sizeUp to 4 in. long
  • Native habitat Prairies, semi-deserts and mountainous areas of Europe, Western Asia and Northern Africa
  • DietInsects and invertebrates
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