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Little toads adapt well to even the industrial areas of East Somerville

Cambridge Day hops onto the story of American toads, which can eat 10,000 insects apiece in the summer and which, after shedding their skin, eat it.

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I tried to figure out where in East Somerville they were but no luck. It just says "industrial area"

I was just curious if it was the Inner Belt Area because that area also has rabbits that come out at night. (at first I thought they were rats but, no.. tons of bunnies)

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on inner belt road off washington street by the dinner detective, iNaturalist link

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So yeah. same area.

Who knew an off the beaten path industrial area would have so much wildlife.

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