Cane toads certainly stir the emotions. Holidaying in Fiji, we were delighted to hear that one of the songs taught at kids club was a Fijian children's tale of cane toads. The barman explained the words to me as essentially that "cane toads came to Fiji and one has a thousand babies; on his back there is poison, poison, poison". I'm sure there's more to the song than that and would appreciate a complete translation.
Interestingly, it seemed to be accepted as a fact by indigenous Fijians that the cane toad had been introduced by the Indians indentured to work in the sugar cane industry. This is a myth. The indenture system stopped in 1916 whereas cane toads were introduced from the mid 1930s along the same reasoning as in Hawaii and Australia - the wrong interpretation that cane toads controlled white-grub in Puerto Rico after their introduction in 1920.
Many thanks to the Island Serenders at Treasure Island Resort for singing this version for me.