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By: Christopher Lever
230 pages, 12 col photos, tabs, 22 maps
The Cane Toad, as a result of human intervention, has become the most widely distributed terrestrial vertebrate in the Pacific and Caribbean regions. This book describes the biology, history and ecological and socio-economic impact of a successful colonist which in some parts of the world, especially Australia, has become a pest of major proportions, while in others it is a protected species.
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