Seneca Park Zoo is home to 10 fire-bellied toads that are a part of the Program Animal collection.
Tadpoles survive on algae, fungi, and plants, while the adults eat a variety of invertebrates, including worms, insects, and mollusks.
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List status
An introduced population exists near Beijing. This frog is mostly aquatic, inhabiting warm, humid regions at high elevations. They may be found in a variety of different habitats, such as spruce, pine or deciduous forests, river valleys, swampy bush lands, and open meadows. They spend most of their time soaking in shallow pools.
The fire-bellied toad is not currently considered a threatened species.