What Eats Toads?

What Eats Toads? What Do Toads Eat?

When they are tadpoles, young toads face all the same predators, or natural enemies, as any other immature amphibians. Fish, birds and a a variety of mammals all like to eat them. What Eats Toads

But adult toads have far fewer natural enemies than adult frogs do.

A toad’s dry skin contains glands that secrete poisonous chemicals. These chemicals can make predators very sick if they try to eat a toad.

So, very few animals make a habit of eating toads.

As for what toads themselves eat: Toads eat a variety of insects.

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