Asian fire-bellied toads belongs to a group of eight varieties of Bombina. Their array covers Korea, northeastern China, southern Japan, and southerly components of Russia discovered in ponds and in slow-moving streams and ponds.
These small toads expand between 4-7 centimeters long and are characterized by its brightly colored red or yellow-and-black patterns on their reduced abdomen.
The remainder of the toad’s skin brings environment-friendly or dark brown. The skin on their dorsal side is covered with small tubercles. In the wild, Asian fire-bellied toads grow on little aquatic arthropods.