A cane toad. The cane toad is a large tropical toad originally used as a method of pest control for sugar cane fields because of its voracious appetite.
lmaooocrapoLawdwe does say diis in Grenada 2
Crapeaud is how Trini does spell it
This toad is known to have a glandular substance that can be fatal to dogs or cats who lick or bite the toad. The dog will foam at the mouth, can lose mobility and even die. If your pet encounters such a toad and has symptoms. It is important to flush their mouth out completely with a hose and get them to a vet immediately. The vet may have to keep the pet overnight for an IV flush.
its crapaud after the french word for frog
Spelling correction necessary, right at the top HEADING for this subject matter.
It's a FRENCH word... CRAPEAUD
*not* crapo (that's how it's pronounced, but not spelled)
This is not a french dictionary.
probably old french. Its crapo to the people who use the word...why would you use the current french
Not old French at all French words are not pronounced as spelt. ( makes it a bit difficult for native English speakers) ,Endings are usually not pronounced.
I think crapo and frog are two different animals... Doesn't crapo grow from eggs while frogs grow from toads
they are pretty much the same. Aren't toads from eggs at some point??
Crapo an frog two diffren ting, man - dey like cousins. Both come from egg.
Crapo come from French word for toad - crapaud.
Frogs also usually have moist slimy skin, while toads have dry bumpy skin. That is usually the best way to tell them apart.
Yh pronounced "crapo" but spelt "crapaud"
If its spelt crapaud wouldnt it be pronounced crapaw just a guess
You ever hear someone say "crapaw" before? All I ever hear is "crapo".