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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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A male mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator) with a single tadpole on his back, from a private collection.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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Imitating or mimic poison dart frog (Ranitameya imitator) at the Baltimore Aquarium. This animal is a descendant of the few remaining animals in El Cope National Park in Panama, where the chytrid fungus may wipe out the animal at any time.

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