Amphibian

How to Care for Salamanders

How to Care for Salamanders
User Reviewed One fact of life is that salamanders have cute faces. Another fact is that they are relatively easy to take care of--provided that you know how to do so correctly. wikiHow is here to help with the latter (because salamanders don't need

How to Care for Fire Belly Newts

How to Care for Fire Belly Newts
Expert Reviewed Fire belly newts are one of the best amphibian pets for any beginner. They're neat looking, cute, readily available, and affordable. They truly are a great pet for any beginner to the aquarium world. However, newts also present a chal

How to Create a Habitat for a Toad

How to Create a Habitat for a Toad
Expert Reviewed Toads are fascinating amphibians, known for their warty, dry skin and distinctive mating calls in the warm months. Toads are a gardener's best friend, since they eat many insects that are damaging to plants and gardens. If you are hop

How to Tell the Difference Between a Frog and a Toad

How to Tell the Difference Between a Frog and a Toad
Expert Reviewed Frogs and toads may seem similar, but they are quite different. There are many physical differences, such as differences in skin, color, and body type. There are also differences in behavior. A frog will need to be in close proximity

How to Attract Frogs

How to Attract Frogs
Edit Article Frogs provide excellent pest control because they eat insects such as mosquitoes, moths, beetles, cockroaches, snails, slugs and flies. There are many types of frogs, but the best kind to have in your garden or yard are frogs local to yo

How to Care for an Ornate Horned Frog

How to Care for an Ornate Horned Frog
Expert Reviewed The Ornate Horned Frog (Ceratophrys ornata) is a large, carnivorous frog. They're called "horned" frogs because they have little fleshy points over their eyes that look like horns. They are often referred to as Pac-Man Frogs, bec
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