Green & Black Poison Dart Frog

Theme area:  Amazonía
Scientific name:  Dendrobates auratus
Class:  Amphibians
Continent:  South America
Habitat:  Tropical forest
Diet:  Carnivorous
Weight:  3 gr
Size:  40 - 50 mm
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Female Green and Black Poison Dart Frogs lay up to six eggs in a small puddle of water and then it is the male who returns periodically to check and monitor them during development. Once the tadpoles hatch from the eggs, they climb onto the back of the male, who carries them to a suitable location for further growth.

Conservation Status
Extinct
Extinct in the wild
Critically endangered
Endangered
Vulnerable
Near threatened
Least concern
Insufficient data
Not evaluated

DID YOU KNOW ...

It is not a poisonous animal per se, but acquires its venom through its diet.
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