lively, quirky documentary about the spread of an environmental disaster and its effect on the lives of the people around it. this documentary was one of the ones that made me appreciate documentary as a medium
Both educational and hilarious (the shower scene!), it's understandable why Cane Toads is shown in science classes. An unusual approach to documentary filmmaking, but I doubt it will change anyone's mind about the problematic over-multiplying of cane toads.
Source for a narrative element of the Simpsons 'Bart vs. Australia' episode, this is a fascinating documentary about how the natural balance in an ecosystem can be thrown off with the slightest of interference. This a surprisingly funny doc, as scientists try to describe some of the toads' more bizarre behaviors.