Photo: Dr. Barney Oldfield
Size: 7-8 cm (3 in.)
Habitat/Range: It is found in the Great Plains of North America from Montana to Minnesota and south into Mexico.
Eating Habits: It is a very rapid burrower and will dig 100 centimeters or 40 inches down. They eat beetles, ants, moths and flies.
|The Great Plains Toad has large, dark spots with light edges on its back. Each spot has a few small warts. Their belly is white or ivory.|
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