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They have no ear-holes, which ensures they don't get sand in their ears. They also have long scales that act like eyelashes to protect their precious peepers.
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They seem to be quite proud of those toes. You know when people advice you to "cool your heels"? Arabian Toadheads prefer to cool their toes! They can often be seen resting on the dunes, standing on the tippy-toes of their front legs and the heels of their back legs, using their tail for extra support.
Speaking of which, I can watch that crazy tail all day! It's just so exquisitely curly and wurly!
They use it to communicate with each other but... doesn't just look fun, too?