About Fire-Bellied Toad
The belly of a Fire-Bellied Toad is colored with a vivid scarlet and black pattern. When threatened they arch their head and raise their legs to show their markings. These bright colors let predators know that they are poisonous and it would not be a good idea to attack them.
Fire-Bellied Toads dwell in ditches and ponds. They are active both during the day and at night. The female will lay her eggs around the stems of plants.