A Florida community is concerned over the thousands of poisonous tiny toads found at every turn.
Complaints from residents in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach County are on the rise. Many have reported seeing what experts call a 'Bofu' toad on their lawn, pool, patio and all over the roadways.
Bofus won't be going away anytime soon according to experts. The number of amphibians may increase within the next three weeks when new batches hatch early due to the warmer winter.
The poisonous critters appear tiny but are extremely dangerous to pets and children.