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snakes are cool
snakes are cool 10 years ago

That's crazy!!

Anne Marie McCaffrey
Anne Marie McCaffrey 10 years ago

Are you sure that's not an alien creature from outer space? What is the size of that thing?

blueruby33 10 years ago

Hi everyone... Sorry to leave you hanging... Yeah it was totally bizarre! They didn't do much, just stayed like that for ages on the driveway. It did look like a cane toad and quite possible because it was in Agnus Waters, Queensland.

honalee 10 years ago

That is so cool (and creepy) but at least some things will eat the invasive cane toad! Go centipede!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 10 years ago

Going to the Melbourne Cup.

ShannaB 10 years ago

OK, I called it a 'frog' but I have been corrected by my hubby... it's actually a Cane Toad (Bufo marinus is the scientific name - you can enter it into the 'scientific name' field by clicking 'Edit this spotting'). This is amazing. I feel like you should send it to the CSIRO or the Department of Environment or something... a natural cane toad predator!!!!!

ShannaB 10 years ago

It's horrifying but fascinating too!!

Oh! A frog fighting with a centipede! Real bizarre!

ShannaB 10 years ago

That is absolutely bizarre - I've never seen anything like it. How big was the frog? Did you watch and see what happened?

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Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jul 3, 2012
Submitted on Nov 9, 2013

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