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the art of canetoads: symetrical

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Introduction

With every year that goes by the cane toad, an introduced species is endangering more and more of Australia's native animals. ...read more.

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Evidence shows that if there is no attempt to stop the cane toad, within a period of thirty-six months many of these native animals will be gone forever. ...read more.

Conclusion

Queensland had the same problem. So on the recommendation of government scientists the toad was introduced as a biological control of the cane beetle. They were released near Cairns in 1933...... ...read more.

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