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Yellow-banded poison-arrow frogs mating (Dendrobates leucmelas) : Stock Photo
Native to South America. Frogs secrete a toxic mucus through skin which can paralyse or kill predators who eat it. Indians in south America wipe blades of arrows on skin to accumulate the poison.

Yellow-banded poison-arrow frogs mating (Dendrobates leucmelas)

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Tim Flach
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Native to South America. Frogs secrete a toxic mucus through skin which can paralyse or kill predators who eat it. Indians in south America wipe blades of arrows on skin to accumulate the poison.
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