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Originally posted by IMAdamnALIEN
Dee duh duh dee(price is right wrong sound)
The Cane Toad is native to the Americas, from the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas to central Amazon and south-eastern Peru. This range includes both tropical and semi-arid environments. The density of the Cane Toad within its native distribution is significantly lower than that of its introduced distribution. In South America, it is recorded at densities of 20 adults per 100 metres of shoreline, but in Australia the density reaches 1,000–2,000 adults over the same area.The Cane Toad was originally brought to Australia to eat the Cane grub.
Hmm, Boston doesnt seem to semi-arid to me. Unless this is Boston Austrialia, (fart sound)
Originally posted by mannythepoolshark
I agree probably a frog or toad. Its not as clear as the rest of the pic because its moving and everything else is stationary. Also it could look like its standing on the ground because the picture was taken right before its feet left the ground.
But at first glance it reminded me of my neighbors lawn ornemant, the tin man from The Wizard of Oz. Its actually the same color too because its rusted.