Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates & Small Pets : Colorado River Toad Facts

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Colorado river toads, also called the Sonora desert toad, have relatively smooth skin outside of the warts on their back legs. Discover facts about Colorado river toads with information from a published biologist in this free video on toads and amphibians. Expert: Dr. Alan Richmond Bio: Dr. Alan Richmond is the lecturer and curator of biology at the University of Massachusetts. He is a well-published biologist and has a special interest in reptiles and amphibians. Filmmaker: Demand Media
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25 comments on “Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates & Small Pets : Colorado River Toad Facts

  1. How often do you feed this toad? I may want to buy one but I never seem to find a place where it tells me when to feed it and how often. I plan to feed it crickets mostly and mabye catch some lizards and feed him that.

  2. wesleywillisrip

    If you lick you get sick,
    if you smoke you will teleport…..to another dimension. really….

    take care of your toad

  3. wesleywillisrip

    buy captive bred reptiles and amphibians

  4. weed4smoker20

    thats bullshit its not poisnes its 5-meo-dmt

  5. dasmushroomcult

    it has bufo toxins also in it. i guessing by smoking it it would destroy most of the toxins and leave the dmt compund. still be carefull with it. its probally hard to overdose but im sure its possible especially if you are allergic to it

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