How long do toads live?


The average lifespan of a toad is between 4 and 15 years. A toad's lifespan depends on what specific type of toad it is and also its living conditions. Toads kept in captivity tend to live longer than those in the wild.
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Anywhere not in water. Frogs, on the other hand, live only near and in water.
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Most temperate and tropical terrestrial ecosystems. Basically, anywhere on land that isn't frozen, and that has puddles or ponds that persist for several weeks each year (which means
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The lifespan of a toad is an average of 4 to 15 years. In captivity they live longer than in the wild. The oldest that a toad has ever lived to was 40 years. You can find more information here:
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