Category Archives: Amphibians

Cane Toads – Should I really kill them?

G’Day from the land of Oz I recently posted a Ramble trying to describe exactly how fun it is for Cane Toads to be killed by a gold club. To further shed some light on this issue, I shall how attempt … Continue reading

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Engineering a Future for Amphibians under climate change

Hey all. Well, it’s a Monday morning and I’m sitting at work at 8am procrastinating on my blog. Then a thought occurred to me. Why should I feel bad for procrastination when I can tell everyone out there about a paper … Continue reading

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Killing Cane Toads – How fun is it for them?

Over the years I have heard many stories of people picking up the old golf club, heading down to the back of their dam or a local park, and having some fun (with a stubbie in hand) hitting the good … Continue reading

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Australian Acid Frogs

Howdy Readers and Bloggers out there in Blogger Land Today, as you can probably tell from the title, we will be discussing Australian ‘Acid’ Frogs. Firstly, I want you to picture a certain scenario in your mind. Picture four frog species that, when … Continue reading

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Traveling Nepal

Good morrow to you all I would like to write a brief post on my recent visit to Nepal. Despite being a ‘third world’ country where people have very little (in comparison to people in the ‘civilized’ world) Nepal is … Continue reading

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A froggie night out

To those that don’t know : Good Rain = Good Frogging (most of the time). On Sunday 7th of Feb 2010 the Gold Coast received rainfall that they havn’t seen in months (93.6mm recorded at the Gold Coast Seaway). Being … Continue reading

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