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Huge Toad Captured In Northern Territory

DARWIN, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 26: This handout photo from Frogwatch (North) shows a giant Cane Toad being held by FrogWatch coordinator, Graeme Sawyer after it's capture March 26 in Darwin, Australia. The The 861-gram male toad, measuring 20.5cm in length, is the largest to be caught anywhere in the Northern Territory, according to environmental group FrogWatch. First released in Queensland from Hawaii in 1935 to control scarab beetles that were pests of sugar cane, cane toads have since multiplied and marched across Australia, poisoning millions of native animals, including crocodiles in World Heritage-listed Kakadu. (Photo by Frogwatch (North) via Getty Images)
Huge Toad Captured In Northern Territory
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