maggiekb at February 5th, 2014 18:47 — #1
crenquis at February 5th, 2014 20:01 — #2
Nuke 'em from orbit isn't an option?
Perhaps we can nuke Florida as a test case?
ryuthrowsstuff at February 5th, 2014 20:21 — #3
I've always been a big fan of the "eat them solution". Not sure how that would fly with cane toads, is the poison in the skin/glandy bits like with other toads? Or are they just butt nasty and not worth the effort?
immutable_mike at February 5th, 2014 20:37 — #4
Thanks Maggie for reminding me of the hilarious docu/mocumentary, "Cane Toads - An Unnatural History".
mwiik at February 5th, 2014 22:11 — #5
I'm picturing a whole new line of McDonalds' Invasive Flying Fish sandwiches. mmm.
anthonyi at February 6th, 2014 00:46 — #6
When it comes to something like the sea lamprey in the Great Lakes, I am all for wiping it out.
nashrambler at February 6th, 2014 09:03 — #7
We've been invaded by the brown marmorated stink bug here in Maryland. Their top three characteristics? They fly. They stink. They love to get inside your house.
I'm firmly on the side of eradication.
knackfloh at February 6th, 2014 10:27 — #8
maggiekb at February 10th, 2014 18:47 — #9
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