Toads are found in habitats around the world, but most make their homes in warm tropical locations. Toads are considered a type of frog and share some commonalities with frogs, but toads have unique tough skins that allo... More »

While some toads live near water, many prefer to live in drier climates. This factor distinguishes toads from most other types of frogs, which prefer to live near water. Toads have rougher, dryer skin than frogs, which e... More »

Toad houses are small, artificial shelters set up by humans for use by toads. They are commonly made out of overturned flowerpots or food containers. They can also be bought premade from garden suppliers. More »

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To eliminate bufo toads, install screening, apply toad-repelling granules and spray to areas where the toads enter the property and nest, kill insects that provide food for toads and set traps for enclosed areas such as ... More »

Cane toads have various adaptations, but secreted toxins are their biggest asset. In adult toads, the parotoid glands behind each eye secrete a milky poison called bufotoxin when the animal is threatened. Small glands on... More »

Toad houses are small, artificial shelters set up by humans for use by toads. They are commonly made out of overturned flowerpots or food containers. They can also be bought premade from garden suppliers. More »

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The main difference between male and female toads of many species is size, with males tending to be noticeably smaller. The adult female common or European toad, for example, can reach up to 13 cm, snout to vent (or anus... More »