Cane toads 1.key 2

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Cane toads 1.key 2

  1. 1. Cane Toad
  2. 2. Cane ToadBy: Donya Amer, Kelsey Bagwell, Kaylea Bollinger,
  3. 3. Cane ToadBy: Donya Amer, Kelsey Bagwell, Kaylea Bollinger, Teddi Worrock
  4. 4. Cane ToadBy: Donya Amer, Kelsey Bagwell, Kaylea Bollinger, Teddi Worrock
  5. 5. Cane Toad 411 Amphibian Omnivore Life Span: 5-10 years Size: 4-6 in (10 to 15 cm) Weight: 2.9 lbs (1.3kg) Relative size:
  6. 6. More 411 Cane toads are large and in charge Dry warty skin Lives in: United States, Central America and South America Thrived in Australia, because of few predators Breed easily Extremely venomous: venom is released form glands on toad’s backs - Can release enough venom to kill a crocodile
  7. 7. So Much 411 Around 3,000 cane toads were purposely brought to Australia in 1935 from Hawaii Brought over to expose of cane beetle population….fail. Now they have multiplied into the millions. They are considered very bothersome by government. If found, locals are asked to dispose of them.
  8. 8. EVEN MORE 411!! Cane toads are known for stealing pet food from feeding bowls outside of houses. Cane toads are very enthusiastic about mating and have been observed mating with rocks, clumps of dirt, human feet, and roadkill. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals suggests that the most humane way of killing cane toads is by refrigeration for 12 hours then putting the toad in the freezer for 24 hours. 5
  9. 9. Cool Videos! http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/ player/animals/amphibians-animals/frogs-and- toads/toad_cane.html http://www.maniacworld.com/Cane-Toad-vs- Mouse.html  WARNING…..this video contains graphic content… The Cane Toad Mating Call
  10. 10. Work Cited http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/ amphibians/cane-toad/
  11. 11. Work Cited http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/ amphibians/cane-toad/
  12. 12. Work Cited http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/ amphibians/cane-toad/ I’m just lookin’ for a good time #canetoadswag

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