Dyeing poison frog

National Geographic | Feb 28, 2020 at 7:16 PM
  • As a result, each forest’s population of dyeing poison frogs has evolved in isolation, and no two populations are exactly alike.
  • Though dyeing poison frogs stick close to the ground, they can use their sturdy limbs to climb up vines and trees.
  • Poison frogs raised in captivity and isolated from insects from their native habitat never develop poison.