When cane toads were released in Australia in 1935, they were the latest innovation in pest control, backed by a level of consensus support that a scientist could only dream of. So what went wrong?
A cane toad has been photographed with a bat in its mouth in the coastal forests of Peru, perhaps the first time that this has been photographically documented.
Researchers are trying to determine whether it's safe to return an extremely rare, extinct toad to the wild.
Volunteers in Philadelphia are helping thousands of amorous amphibians cross the road in order to meet their potential mates during the city's third annual "Toad Detour."
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