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Mexican Burrowing Toad

(Rhinophrynus dorsalis)

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Identification:

Medium-sized, odd-Iooking frog described as resembling a blob of jelly; smooth, moist skin of the back is gray, reddish brown, dark brown, or purplish black, with red, orange, or yellow lines and spots (often there is a single line down the center of the back; small eyes; fat legs; inflates like blowfish when scared; to 9 cm (3.5in). (Alma de Vaca, Sapo Borracho).

Habitat:

Dry forests and wet pastures fields, ditches of northern Pacific lowlands; found on the ground.

Found in the following Parks:

Palo Verde National Park.
Santa Rosa Nacional Park.

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The team of Discovery Travel World wishes you the best of times in our little paradise called Costa Rica.


Mexican Burrowing Toad (Rhinophrynus dorsalis), Costa Rica