Northeastern China, Korea, southern Japan, and southern parts of Russia
Mountain ponds and streams at medium to high elevations
Adults feed on invertebrates, including worms, insects, and mollusks
1 - 2 oz.
1.5 - 2 in.
These toads are diurnal and highly aquatic
The milky substance secreted by their skin irritates the mouth and eyes of attackers.
When threatened, oriental fire-bellied toads will reveal their colorful underside to warn predators to stay away. They will also hold their limbs up and arch their head in a posture called the "unken reflex."
They hibernate from fall to late spring in in groups of one to six individuals.
They are common throughout their range, but the current population trend is decreasing.
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