Poison Dart Frog Claim to Fame: The name “dart frogs” stems from the fact that indigenous Amerindians use the frogs’ venom to poison the tips of their blow darts – a properly prepared dart can remain lethal for up to 2 years.
Poison Dart Frog. Love the blue & turquoise colors :) <3 I want one :) <3
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The splash-backed poison frog, Ranitomeya Variabilis, also referred to as Zimmermann's Poison Frog is a species of poison dart frog. It is arboreal, living in the rainforest canopy of Ecuador and Colombia.
Splash-backed poison frog. Photo by Ron D. Holt via National Geographic.
Splash-backed poison frog. Is that why bright colors make a lot of people nervous?