giant toad


Definition of giant toad

: cane toad The jury also is still out on the giant toad, or cane toad. These hefty amphibians are voracious and secrete a poison that can kill animals that try to eat them, including pets and native animals that prey on amphibians.— Kevin Lollar

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1853, in the meaning defined above

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