No. But there are poisonous toads, because all toads are poisonous.Toads have parotid glands, which are located behind their eyes on the sides of their heads. The glands secrete a milky poison (bufotoxin). This includes Colorado River toads, bufo alvarius toads, marine/cane toads, and bufo marinus toads, which are all located in the United States.
There is one: the Pickerel Frog. They have skin secretions that aren’t too harmful to people, but can be toxic to other animals. They live in the western half of the United States. They look very similar to the Leopard Frog and both species can cohabitate without disputes.
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