Cane toads threaten iconic king brown snake

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  1. waruikazi

    waruikazi Legendary

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    Like Steve said, you're a goose!

    I never made any claims about toad populations being bigger or smaller except that they are expanding, which is well documented and shown in that map i posted. You are the one making claims that toad populations are denser in SQLD, you claim it is documented but you can't show any documents that back you up.
     
  2. MR_IAN_DAVO

    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    Yah mate I have to, just to put up with reading some of the nonsense in this thread.

    I guess we all just sit back & watch evolution take over & watch the cane toad spread to the rest of Australia, because they WILL.
     
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    No propositions at least, so we'll take that as a win.
     
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    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    Just one quick Question.
    Are you really a wally or is that just your avatar name?

    I sometimes think that I am for participating in these forums.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    Wally Subscriber Subscriber

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    It is a part of my name, but it's not my first, second or surname. Cryptic enough?
     
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    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    Sorry mate,
    I just could not help myself.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
  7. SteveNT

    SteveNT Very Well-Known Member

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    Last word from me- out of range for a week

    Maybe the toads are reclaiming lost ground. Toads are an ancient constituent of South America, Oz used to be hooked up, in fact adjacent, in Gondwanan times. That's probably why some native species can eat the buggers.

    I have an 800km drive tomorrow (early am departure) and I will see bugger all snakes on the road compared to pre toad days. And for that I curse them now and for all time.
     
  8. MR_IAN_DAVO

    MR_IAN_DAVO Well-Known Member

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    I agree Steve, I find the same driving around CQ nowhere near the number of reptiles now especially monitors.
    Others have a different view that I cannot accept.

    Hope you have a good successfull trip.
    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    antaresia_boy Suspended Banned

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    Sorry.....why did we get cane toads in the country to start with?? lol >.<
     
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