The Bellowing Green Toad is a native creature to Akida. Despite it's name, the Green Toad is not amphibious but reptilian. It is large at 3 feet long, 3 feet wide, two feet tall, and weighing in at 65 pounds. The Bellowing Green Toad gets it's name from it's mating ritual. When looking for a mate, the males will sit with their heads high in the air and let out a loud bellowing sound. This bellow's frequency can be picked up over ten miles away and attracts any female toads looking for a mate. Speaking of mating, the Bellowing Green Toads reproduce 90 times through their lives or nine times a year. Each time they mate, they lay a clutch of 30 eggs, some of which are infertile. When the fertile eggs hatch, the hatchlings devour the unfertilized eggs and leave the nest.