This video is called Bombina variegata L. – Yellow-bellied Toad.
Translated from the Dutch conservationists of ARK:
Yellow-bellied toad back in Wolfhaag
Friday June 21, 2013 11:11
On 19 June, the yellow-bellied toad returned to its natural habitat in Wolfhaag near Vaals. ARK Nature Agency and Natural Balance agency that day freed several hundred yellow-bellied toad larvae.
The yellow-bellied toad has become a very rare species in the Netherlands and is only found in South Limburg. With the restoration of swampy and muddy wet grasslands which occur naturally near source streams the habitat of this toad has returned again.
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