PUERTO RICAN CRESTED TOAD
HABITAT AND RANGE
They live in the semi-arid, low lying rocky areas of Puerto Rico.
Their color varies from a brown or olive color, to a more gold color. They can be 3-4 inches in length, and have rough skin and a distinctive crest.
They eat insects, worms, and other invertebrates.
REPRODUCTION AND LIFESPAN
Breeding is prompted by heavy rain, then the females will lay long strands of 15,000 eggs. Their life span in the wild is unknown, but they live about 10 years in captivity.