Cane toads have reportedly wiped out entire species of animals in WA s Purnululu National Park.

Cane toads have reportedly wiped out entire species of animals in WA s Purnululu National Park.

Cane toads are among the world?s most successful invasive species.

Researchers have discovered how cane toads survive in harsh desert conditions.

Cane Toad racing hits Kununurra

Cane Toad racing hits Kununurra

Kimberley lizards helped in cane toad war by zoo scientist

A SCIENTIST from Dubbo's Western Plains Taronga Zoo is working to conserve lizards under threat from cane toads in Western Australia.

Scientists race the clock to protect lizards from cane toad attacks

Article: "Toxic toads put pet owners on alert in Temple Terrace." The article notes: "They aren't natives [to Florida], he said. They were brought to Florida to control insect issues in sugarcane fields, Morse said, and now are a problem for pet owners.

Cane and able – how superfit toads got the hop on evolution

Some 150 years ago, Charles Darwin proposed a mechanism for evolutionary change; but is there something beyond natural selection driving evolution?

The toad we love to hate

For some unfathomable reason, cane toads stir the popular imagination.

Everyone agreed: cane toads would be a winner for Australia

cane toads were released in Australia in Now there are Two of millions of them

Stopping cane toads in their tracks [podcast]. RN Drive, 13 Dec 2012

Australian scientists have discovered a way to control the cane toad – by using its own poison against itself – in a breakthrough that could end the creature's devastation of the country's native species.


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