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Poison Dart Frog Coloring Page

Poison dart frogs are native to streams and rivers from Nicaragua to Bolivia, the Guianas, and southeastern
Brazil. Their skin glands contain poisons so toxic they can be life threatening for any animal that attempts to eat
them. Indigenous communities use the poisons for hunting by coating their arrows with toxins extracted from the
frog's skin. 

Forest canopy - photo by Sergio Izquierdo

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