Toxic Toads Evolve Longer Legs, Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: February 15, 2006   View Article

New generations of cane toads in northern Australia have longer legs than those in older populations, according to a new study.

The longer legs are allowing the toxic toads to spread even faster to new territory.

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