Cane toad chair – (Rhinella marina)
Part of a set – Chairs sold separately
Rhinella marina, the scientific name for this invasive species, or cane toads were first introduced to Australia way back in 1935 to initially combat cane beetle in sugarcane plantations but experts are now finding ways to lessen their population as they continue to damage native fauna which they feed on and poison pets and humans.
Larger than a life-size toad seat
This Cane Toad Chair is its blown-up version at 81 centimetres that allows humans to rest on its back without worrying whether it would produce toxins from its prominent parotid gland by its shoulder.
The Cane Toad Chair is not just friendly to humans, it is durable, weather-resistant, and non-invasive!
Like the real pesky ones though, the Cane Toad Chair would mostly prefer to congregate with its other Cane Toad Chair and Table mates for a harmonious ecosystem with humans.
Those piercing horizontal pupils against golden irises and downward turning mouth appear to stubbornly refuse taking nonsense but that is just how cane toads look when you observe them from their 15-centimetre average size.
Dimensions: L 76 x W 74 x H 81 cm
Weight: 16 kg
Handmade fibreglass chairs Matching Cane Toad Table also available