On our recent visit to Cairns we visited Hartley's Crocodile Farm. Whilst we were being given our guided tour the presenter asked us if we'd noticed that the ground was moving and looking down we saw that it was seething with baby cane toads. The guide invited us to stomp all we liked and as I was about to do a wee jig, my youngest son burst into tears begging me not to kill the babies. I wouldn't stand on him for being a bother he said. At first I thought that tapping after the toads was funny as he called "no mummy, no mummy" but as his pleas became more frenzied I stopped.
Posted By dianne on 26th November 2005
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kill the beasts
Posted By me on Thursday 18th October 2007 @ 20:46:36
and the funny part is what??
Posted By disgusted2!! on Thursday 4th May 2006 @ 21:47:00
I dont think thats funny thats horrible
Posted By anon on Sunday 12th February 2006 @ 22:39:00
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