Cane Toads: An Unnatural History

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History

1998
46min
Documentary
Using low camera angles to capture this story from the cane toad’s perspective, this film documents the unexpected and uncontrollable spread of the species throughout Australia. After being introduced as a predator to a beetle that was ravaging sugar cane plantations, these oversized amphibians drastically multiplied; leading to devastating consequences for local ecosystems. Equally humorous and horrific, it paints a captivating and original picture of an infamously grotesque animal.

Age rating

Not Rated

Director

Mark Lewis

Country

AU
Using low camera angles to capture this story from the cane toad’s perspective, this film documents the unexpected and uncontrollable spread of the species throughout Australia. After being introduced as a predator to a beetle that was ravaging sugar cane plantations, these oversized amphibians drastically multiplied; leading to devastating consequences for local ecosystems. Equally humorous and horrific, it paints a captivating and original picture of an infamously grotesque animal.

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