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Toad stacking? It's an Australian thing, don't question it.

Cane toads are a major annoyance in northern Australia, thanks to their inconvenient ability to breed quickly and cause extensive damage to the environment. They're a bloody pest, in other words. So it might be some sort of act of vengeance that YouTube user swampgarage has spent some time trying to teach people how to stack the naughty little cane toads. Because that's a thing here, okay? Unfortunately the demonstration runs out of cane toads after constructing your "basic three-toad stack," so we'll never know exactly how many Mr.
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