Anaxyrus woodhousii

Trevor arrived at the ONC in the spring of 2021. He was found abandoned in an aquarium on the steps of an Ogden business and needed a home. He lives with his friend Delores and enjoys burrowing in his substrate. He hides and waits for crickets to happen by and then snatches them with his tongue for a snack.  

  • Average Weight: 4 – 5 ounces  
  • Length: 2.5 - 4 inches  
  • Lifespan in Wild: unknown 
  • Lifespan in Captivity: 10 – 20 years 

Fascinating Facts: 

The Woodhouse name comes from Samuel Washington Woodhouse, a surgeon and naturalist who explored the southwestern U.S during the mid-19th century. Woodhouse's toads prefer sandy soils so they can more easily burrow into the ground during the day. 



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