Re: Not a birding question

To: "Jenny Bradford" <>, <>
Subject: Re: Not a birding question
From: "Muir Environmental" <>
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 14:31:57 +0800
Thurs21Jan99;  1435hrs

Hi Jenny

No problem re content of your question....

The short answer is "yes" - its likely.  We haven't observed cane toads
eating fish or tadpoles - but Limnodynastes dorsalis has been seen eating
tadpoles under water - probably its own tadpoles in fact....  What a way to
avoid parenting!

Jenn Muir

Jennifer and Barry Muir

> From: Jenny Bradford <>
> To: 
> Subject: Not a birding question 
> Date: Thursday, 21 January 1999 11:59
> This is a question about cane toads, and I am getting kind of desperate,
> hope no one minds me posting it in the hope that some of you will also be
> knowledgeable about amphibians.
> Does anyone know whether cane toads can eat fish (native fish) and
> tadpoles??  In other words if a cane toad is sitting under the water, is
> possible for it to swallow its prey???
> Many thanks
> Jenny B

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