Cane toad dubbed ‘Toadzilla’ weighing 2.7kg discovered in Conway National Park, Whitsunday region

Monster ‘Toadzilla’ cane toad weighing a record 2.7kg is found on a hiking trail: ‘It’s like a football with legs’

  • Massive cane toad, dubbed ‘Toadzilla’, found in Queensland
  • Weighing 2.7kg, the toad could be the largest ever recorded
  • The current Guinness World Record was a 2.65kg toad in 1991
  • Rangers promptly euthanized the poisonous, invasive pest 

Rangers have been left stunned after discovering a giant cane toad weighing 2.7kg in a national park.

The 25cm-long pest, dubbed Toadzilla, was found by Department of Environment and Science rangers who were clearing a hiking trail in Conway National Park in north-west Queensland last week.

The average cane toad weighs 450grams, while Toadzilla was six times larger at 2.7kg.

‘[It looked] almost like a…

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