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Cane toads 1 Cane toad features Adapted from a presentation supplied by Kimberley Toadbusters
Cane Toad © KTB Cane toad © KTB
Cane toad © KTB Bony ridge above eye to nose
Cane toad Large poison glands DANGEROUS Bony ridge above eye to nose © KTB
Cane toad Bumpy, warty, leathery skin Bony ridge above eye to nose Large poison glands DANGEROUS © KTB
Cane toad Tough cane toad feet – no flanges Bony ridge above eye to nose Large poison glands DANGEROUS Bumpy, warty, leathery skin © KTB
Cane toad Sits up proud, with head up, elbows out Bony ridge above eye to nose Large poison glands DANGEROUS Tough cane toad feet – no flanges Bumpy, warty, leathery skin © KTB
Frogs & Toads What is the difference?. Frogs! Two bulging eyes Strong, long, webbed hind feet that are adapted for leaping and swimming Smooth or slimy.
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Head Hair Face Nose Ear Eye Mouth Teeth Neck Hand Finger Arm Elbow Knee Shoulder Back Foot Toe Leg Head Eye Mouth Arm Toe.
The Amazing Adaptable Frog Toad??? Frog??? Toad??? Frog??? What gives?
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© SEMA Service – Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council 2012 My Body Early Start EALIP Book 13.
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