Ball and stick illustration of Poisonous Frog toxin Epibatidine (C11H13N2): from modern Ecuador. Native Americans dipped their darts into Epibatidine, which is now being used by pharmaceutical companies to create a painkiller 200 times as powerful as morph : Stock Illustration
Ball and stick illustration of Poisonous Frog toxin Epibatidine (C11H13N2): from modern Ecuador. Native Americans dipped their darts into Epibatidine, which is now being used by pharmaceutical companies to create a painkiller 200 times as powerful as morph : Stock Illustration

Ball and stick illustration of Poisonous Frog toxin Epibatidine (C11H13N2): from modern Ecuador. Native Americans dipped their darts into Epibatidine, which is now being used by pharmaceutical companies to create a painkiller 200 times as powerful as morph

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