Native Americans extract the deadly poison from the skin of these frogs and use it on their arrows or blow gun darts to quickly bring down game. In most animals, it could bring it down in seconds!The Poison Dart Frog is a perfect example of a classic Hegelian Misnomer. The native Ast'lani name for the frog was kichu'i which was extremely similar to their word for "arrow" "point", hichu'a. These arrows were often tipped with natural plant toxins. When the Spanish arrived, the words were conflated in their understanding, leading to the name that we currently use.
the most endangered frog is the blue poison dart frog!!!
Strawberry Poison Dart frogs have a red boby and blue legs and feet.
Strawberry poison dart frogs eat ants, beetles, centipedes, and mites.
The blue poison dart frog is the most endangered species
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The skin of many poison-dart frogs is red.
They are endangered.
Blueberry poison dart frogs, like most frogs, eat small insects. Just like strawberry poison dart frogs, they get their name from their bright colors.
because their poison tastes like strawberries