Cane toads, also known as Bufo toads, are taking over South Florida. Recent rains and warmer temperatures have initiated a breeding cycle. These amphibious bastards secrete toxins through their skin and pose a deadly hazard to children and pets who may ingest or have contact with these slimy creatures.
“We woke up to tens of thousands of what we didn’t know at the time if they were frogs or toads… entering our swimming pool by the hundreds.”
Infested with toads
“There will be another influx like this in 22 days when the next batch hatches out, and this is in every community in Florida.”