Comments:Toads cause traffic jam on British Columbia highway

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This reminds me a bit of Alligator Alley in Florida. Fences work much better with Alligators, however.



Were I live, Canadian geese lead their chicks through roads all of the time. Contralya 01:35, 4 September 2007 (UTC)Reply

Just how do 'tadpoles' walk on dry land?



Tadpoles have no legs and can't breath out of water.

So unless the road was flooded... Sounds fishy to me.

--Quatermass 20:19, 13 September 2007 (UTC)Reply

they said toadlets not tadpoles

tunnels under the road


I dont remember where but they make wildlife tunnels under roads



Sorry but the main article quite clearly says 'tadpoles' in several places.

i.e. 'According to the Canadian Press, the recent tadpoles also' and 'so the tadpoles jump' and 'The tadpoles were described as brownish'.

Perhaps you need to read it again?

--Quatermass 09:04, 27 September 2007 (UTC)Reply

Wrong terms


Tadpoles can't exist out of water so the writer of this article is very mistaken or they need to change the word tadpole for toadlet (young toad). --Quatermass 09:06, 27 September 2007 (UTC)Reply