Green and black poison arrow frog (Dendrobates auratus),overhead view : Stock Photo
Green and black poison arrow frog (Dendrobates auratus),overhead view : Stock Photo

Green and black poison arrow frog (Dendrobates auratus),overhead view

Credit: Art Wolfe
Creative #: AT3034-001
Studio shot. Also called the Green and Black Dart Frog. Distributed in rainforests of Central and South America and Hawaii. Adults are 4cm long. They secrete poison from glands in their skin and are brightly coloured and patterned to warn off predators.

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