Spray Toad Thriving In Captivity

Spray Toad Thriving In Captivity[nationalgeographic.com]Jul 22, 2011
    In the wild, the Kihansi spray toad lived within a certain radius of the bottom of waterfalls, dependent upon the spray from the falling water. As a part of the recovery effort the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse NY are successfully breeding the inch long toads in captivity.

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