Insects as amphibian food
Although amphibians (like frogs, toads and salamanders) prefer to feed themselves on live insects because moving feed stimulates their appetite, Topinsect insects are considered to be a real treat.
Amphibians (Amphibia) are a class of cold-blooded animals. The name amphibian is derived from the Greek word Amphibios, which means double-living. This refers obviously to their way of life: they can survive in water as well as on land. Due to this double life, they feed themselves on everything they can find, such as worms, ants, flies, beetles, spiders, wasps, butterflies and snails.