Western Olive Toad

Description

Amietophrynus poweri is found in arid regions of southwestern Africa (Namibia, Botswana, western Zimbabwe and western South Africa). During the hot time of the day the toads hide and after sunset they return to the water. They prey mostly on beetles. The males “sing” throughout the night. The Western olive toad is common and not endangered.

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Sanjay Ojha

Sanjay Ojha 2014-10-07T17:21:02+0000

Ulrike, This is so clear take, Better if you can right some more info about these species in description section

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Ulrike Schopp

Ulrike Schopp 2014-10-07T19:16:21+0000

OK, I did my very best. question

If you want to listen to that species (besides the frankolins, which are also in this video):
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=629134340490559

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Sanjay Ojha

Sanjay Ojha 2014-10-07T21:59:19+0000

Many thanks Ulrike

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