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Poison Frogs: Dendrobatidae - Physical Characteristics, Geographic Range, Diet, Behavior And Reproduction, Poison Frogs And People, Conservation Status - HABITAT

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GOLDEN DART-POISON FROG (Phyllobates terribilis): SPECIES ACCOUNTS
PHANTASMAL POISON FROG (Epipedobates tricolor): SPECIES ACCOUNTS
BLUE-TOED ROCKET FROG (Colostethus caeruleodactylus): SPECIES ACCOUNTS

Most of the frogs in this family live in moist forests or rainforests that have never been cleared. Such uncut forests are called primary forests. A few can also survive in old, now-overgrown pastures. Among the poison frogs, only one species spends its life in the water. This is the Venezuelan skunk frog that lives in small streams and has fully webbed rear toes to help it swim.


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