Huge Cane Toad Discovered in Northern Queensland | VOA News
Rangers in Australia said they were shocked to discover a huge cane toad at a national park in the country's Queensland state.
Queensland Department of Environment and Science Rangers said they were working on clearing a trail at the Conway National Park in the state's north when they stumbled across the toad.
Ranger Kylee Gray said the team was forced to stop their vehicle when a snake slithered across their track.
She said when they hopped out of their vehicle, they were shocked to discover the huge toad. (AP)
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