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African Clawed Toad

About African Clawed Toad

This toad has very long fingers on its fronts legs and very large, webbed feet on its back legs. Its eyes and nose point upward so that it can breathe and see as it spends all of its time in the water. The female toads lay their eggs one at a time. The tadpoles eat insect larvae, microscopic plants and other small animals. The African Clawed Toads live in the southern region of Africa.