There simply isn't a way to spice this up!  (I did put a picture at the bottom, though.)  For for information, consider the following information resources:

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Chaparro, J.C., J.B. Pramuk, and A.G. Gluesenkamp.  2007. A new species of arboreal Rhinella (Anura: Bufonidae) from a cloud forest of southeastern Peru. Herpetologica. 63(2):203-212.

Department of Environment and Conservation.  Cane toads.  Accessed March 2, 2009.

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Gleitzman, M.  1999.  Toad Rage.  Random House, New York, New York, USA. 

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Honoluloo Zoo.  Cane toad. Accessed March 1, 2009. 

Lever, C.  2001.  The cane toad, the history and ecology of a successful colonist.   Westbury Academic and Scientific Publishing, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom.

Lewis, Mark.  Cane toads: an unnatural history [videorecording (DVD)].  A First Run Features presentation written and directed by Mark Lewis; Film Australia.

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Siebert, P.  1996.  Toad Overload: a true tale of nature knocked off balance in Australia.  The Millbrook Press, Brookfield, Connecticut, USA.

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Urban, M.C., B.L. Phillips, D.K. Skelly, and R. Shine.  2008.  At toad more traveled: the heterogeneous invasion dynamics of cane toads in Australia.  The American Naturalist, E-article, 171( 3):E134-148.

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Zug, G.R., and P.B. Zug.  1979.  The Marine Toad, Bufo Marinus: A Natural History Resume of Native Populations.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington DC, USA.  A final cane toad picture, image from