Cane toad (Rhinella marina) or
Above is a picture of the characteristics of the Cane toad!
The criminal was last seen in Central America and South America.
The cane toad were supposed to help crops grow in Australia by protecting it from the beetles. The Cane toads ended up eating other types of beetles and moths due to them being readily available and more tasteful to the cane toads.
Attempts at controlling the outbreak
The police have used methods of simply capturing the culprits as they wander about. Other methods is to build fences and other blocking objects to stop the spread of the Cane toads.
Cane toads love areas with high humidity and moderate temperature, therefore they love tropical regions. They love to be around manmade structures and permanent standing water.
The cane toad has committed various acts of first degree murder. Their toxic skin poisons animals when they are attempted to be ingested and they overall kill the native wildlife which isn't natural!
For every cane toad you find and bring in, we will reward you $1000. However these peaks are very evasive so the reward is very high for catching a toad! All those who catch one will also be mentioned in our monument which will be built after we fix this crisis.
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How to Correctly Identify a Cane Toad. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <http://www.feralscan.org.au/toadscan/>.
Deadly Cane Toads have Nearly Wiped out Dwarf Crocodile Population in Australia. Web. 18 Nov. 2014. <http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/2777/20130703/deadly-cane-t-nearly-wiped-out-dwarf-crocodile-population-australia.htm>.