Australia: Native frogs beat invasive toads

BBC: The tadpoles of Australia's native frogs can outcompete invasive toads, scientists say. The toads are considered a threat to Australian wildlife, leading researchers to investigate methods to control their population. A study into competition between wild amphibian young revealed that the presence of green tree frogs reduced cane toad survival. Experts now suggest reintroducing the familiar frogs to suburban areas. The results are published in the journal Austral Ecology. Cane toads......

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