Spadefoot toad discovered in central Netherlands


Common spadefoot toad

Translated from Blik op Nieuws in the Netherlands:

Zeist – In the surroundings of Vollenhoven estate [in Utrecht province] a spadefoot toad has been discovered again. This is rather remarkable, as these toads usually live mainly in the southern hills of Limburg province. On various estates in Zeist, there are more of those toads; this is a consequence of an experimental release by a university researcher.

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