Rappler's latest stories on cane toads
UP Diliman's Institute of Biology calls for a halt to the release of invasive species in the Philippines due to their negative impacts
A well-meaning barangay captain in Quezon City, who mistook cane toads for bullfrogs, errs in thinking his action can solve the dengue problem in his area. In fact, he likely creates a new problem.
Conservationists are concerned that the tough and adaptable poisonous pest, introduced from Central America in 1935 to control beetles in sugarcane fields, may be adjusting to the climate in southeast Australia