Toads won’t crack

WSAV: Who knew toads can prefer heat? While many fish and cold-blooded species could suffer from potentially rising temperatures, the Cane Toad of Australia is not going to be one of them. In fact, the destructive toad will likely thrive in the face of increasing heat. When temperatures rise, an amphibian's oxygen starvation. But when the Cane Toads were tested over a temperature range of 20 to 30 degrees Celsius, not only did they acclimatize perfectly, but they showed a preference for higher......

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