Toads eat any prey they are able to catch, including insects, snails, spiders, worms and small fish. Larger toads may consume larger prey, such as mice. Toads and many other amphibians need live prey and will not respond... More »

Toads reproduce sexually, with the female producing eggs that are fertilized by the male. Some species of toads fiercely protect their young, while others merely leave the fertilized eggs to their fate. More »

Toads have a limited ability to smell, so deterrents based on the sense of smell are not effective. To deter a toad, eliminate any habitats suitable for a toad or any elements that a toad finds attractive. More »

The diet of frogs varies depending on the species; most consume insects, snails, spiders and worms, while the larger varieties consume small fish, moles, mice, and even other frogs. Frogs consume primarily organisms that... More »

Newts eat small fish, worms, grubs and other larva. Pet newts also eat commercial newt and salamander food. Newts require a varied diet to stay healthy. More »

According to, fire-bellied toads in captivity eat a variety of prey, including crickets and other insects, waxworms, earthworms and small feeder fish, such as guppies or minnows. In the wild, young and adult fi... More » Pets & Animals Amphibians

Some of the things that tiger salamanders eat in their natural habitats are slugs, snails, worms and insects. Tiger salamanders living in captivity may be fed baby snakes, other small salamanders, newborn mice and frogs.... More » Pets & Animals Amphibians