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Bufo Marinus

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matthew kelley

on 4 February 2010

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Transcript of Bufo Marinus

Bufo Marinus Where are they now Where did they come from What do they look like What are there defences What do they eat Giant neotropical toad Marine Toad The Bufo Marinus originated in Central and South America Most of Central and South America Australia and many islands throughout the Oceania andthe Caribbean Adult cane toads have paratoid glands behind
their eyes and other glands across its back.
When the toad feels thretened it secrete from
its back which is a milky white fluid called
Bufo toxin. Bufotenin is one of the chemicals released from the toads back is classified as a class 1 drug under Australian law along with Herion and marijuana, the effects of Bufotenin is mild hallucinations. The Cane Toad also has the ability to puff up its lungs almost lifting it up off the ground to seem larger and taller than before to wart off predators The tad poles of the bufo marinus are highly toxic to animals that attempt to eat them. BUF ggggasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdfasdf asdfasdf
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