How to Draw an Omei Toothed Toad

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw an Omei Toothed Toad in 5 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Omei Toothed Toad.

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How to Draw an Omei Toothed Toad - Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step 1: First, draw the outline of the Omei Toothed Toad's head using a backwards C-shaped curve. Draw a circle for the front eye of the toad and draw two curved lines above it to show the eye lid. On the other side of the head, draw two small curved lines to show the other eye lid of the toad. The Omei Toothed Toad has bulging eyes on the top of its head.

Step 2: Continue the curved line of the head and make it longer to show the back of the toad.

Step 3: Draw the front legs of the Omei Toothed Toad using L-shaped lines on either side of its body. For the front leg, draw two rounded toes using an M-shaped line. Leave enough blank space to draw the hind legs.

Step 4: Next, draw the stout hind legs of the toad using curved lines as shown in the image. Draw two long and tapering toes at the end of the hind leg using slanting lines. Make the tips of the toes rounded and small.

Step 5: Draw short, gently curved lines across all the four legs of the toad to show the stripe pattern on its limbs. Draw tiny ring shapes to show the spots on the body of the Omei Toothed Toad. After you finish your drawing of the Omei Toothed Toad, you can color it.

Interesting Facts about the Omei Toothed Toad (Oreolalax omeimontis):

The Omei Toothed Toad (Oreolalax omeimontis) is a tiny amphibian that lives in the Sichuan province of China. It is a small, brownish toad with brown spots all over it. Females can grow a little bit bigger than males, or 61 millimeters long as compared to 54 millimeters.

Did you know?

  • The Omei Toothed Toad was first discovered in 1960.
  • Tadpoles of the Omei Toothed Toad are a few millimeters longer than the adult toads!
  • There are only two spots in central China where the Omei Toothed Toad lives.
  • This toad can only survive at mountain altitudes between 1050 and 1800 meters about sea level.
  • The Omei Toothed Toad has a flat head.

The Omei Toothed Toad lives in moist forests on the mountains of central China. It likes the rivers in these areas for its home. Habitat loss and destruction are the two biggest threats to the Omei Toothed Toad’s survival as a species. Because its known range is so small – fewer than 5,000 square kilometers – and its population has been decreasing, the Omei Toothed Toad is considered an endangered species.