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Black Frog licked by the Frog that was bit by the Sapphire Serpent

6 Colorful Frog Species

These colorful frogs such as the atelopulos frog and the mantella frog in its red color is such a treat for the eye. Frogs does adds color to our surroundings!

So colorful and yet a poisonous frog

Poison dart frog (Dendrobates pumilio), Costa Rica ~ © Jim Zuckerman www.

The Spiny-Headed Tree Frog, Anotheca spinosa, is found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama

the rare crown frog, anotheca spinosa, a native of Costa Rica

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Just another fabulous 'poison arrow frog' Dendrobates tinctorius, also known by the common name Dyeing Dart frog.

☆ Poison Arrow Frogs, Dendrobates reticulatus, Peru :¦: Gail Melville Shumway Photography ☆

I got this" Poison Arrow Frogs, Dendrobates reticulatus, Peru :¦: Gail Melville Shumway Photography ☆

Granulated Poison Arrow Frog! Look a little like a Strawberry Poison Arrow…

I love these colors together Granulated Poison Arrow Frog! Look a little like a Strawberry Poison Arrow frog:)

Bumble bee arrow frog or yellow-banded poison dart frog )Dendrobates leucomelas), native to Peru.

Bumble Bee Arrow Frog (Yellow-banded Poison Dart Frog) - Dendrobates Leucomelas - Native to Peru

Red-banded Poison Frog on a bromeliad (Oophaga lehmanni), Cauca, Colombia

Lehmann's poison frog on bromeliad, dorsal view - View amazing Lehmann’s poison frog photos - Oophaga lehmanni - on Arkive

The red-headed poison frog (Ranitomeya fantastica) is a species of frog in the Dendrobatidae family. It is endemic to Peru, in the northern Loreto Region. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

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Atelopus zeteki, Panamanian Golden Frog, in habitat. IUCN Redlist: Critically Endangered. Provincia Cocle', Panama. | Flickr: Intercambio de...

Panamanian Golden Frog -- Critically Endangered -- An observed drastic decline in population & extent of occurrence, estimated to be more than over the last ten years, probably due to chytridiomycosis (an aquatic fungal infection of amphibians).

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