Scientific Name: Rhinella marina
Found In: forested areas with local water sources from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas to the Central Amazon to southeastern Peru
Size: 5 – 9 inches long
Diet: Carnivore: ants, beetles, dragonflies, grasshoppers, crustaceans
Threat Level: Least concern
Facts: Cane toads are considered as an invasive species as they were once used for pest control and now outcompete many native amphibians since they have no natural immunity to the cane toad’s toxin that it secretes.