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A blue morph of the yellow-striped poison frog (Dendrobates truncatus) from a private collection.

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A darkland morph of the strawberry poison dart frog (Oophaga pumilo) from a private collection.

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A splash-backed poison frog (Dendrobates galactonotus), orange morph, from a private collection.

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A splash-backed poison frog (Dendrobates galactonotus), 75% yellow morph, from a private collection.

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A red Amazonicus poison frog (Dendrobates amazonicus) from a private collection.

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An endangered golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis), orange morph, from a private collection. This is the most toxic species of frog. One wild frog can contain enough toxin to kill 10-15 adult humans. Captive bred specimens don’t contain any toxin due to their diet.

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An endangered golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis), orange morph, from a private collection. This is the most toxic species of frog. One wild frog can contain enough toxin to kill 10-15 adult humans. Captive bred specimens don’t contain any toxin due to their diet.

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An endangered golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis), orange morph, from a private collection. This is the most toxic species of frog. One wild frog can contain enough toxin to kill 10-15 adult humans. Captive bred specimens don’t contain any toxin due to their diet.

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A Rio Abiseo morph of the Pepperi poison dart frog (Ameerega pepperi) from a private collection.

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A power blue morph of the dying poison dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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A power blue morph of the dying poison dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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A power blue morph of the dying poison dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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A power blue morph of the dying poison dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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A mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator intermedius) from a private collection.

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A mimic poison frog (Ranitomeya imitator intermedius) from a private collection.

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A bruno morph of a strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio) from a private collection.

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A bruno morph of a strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio) from a private collection.

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A bruno morph of a strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio) from a private collection.

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A bruno morph of a strawberry poison frog (Oophaga pumilio) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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An endangered polka-dot poison frog (Oophaga arborea) from a private collection.

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A red Amazonicus poison frog (Ranitomeya amazonica), Old Line morph from a private collection.

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A red Amazonicus poison frog (Ranitomeya amazonica), Old Line morph from a private collection.

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A Panama morph of the sira poison frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) from a private collection.

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A Panama morph of the sira poison frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) from a private collection.

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A Panama morph of the sira poison frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) from a private collection.

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A Panama morph of the sira poison frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) from a private collection.

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A Panama morph of the sira poison frog (Ranitomeya sirensis) from a private collection.

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An egg containing a tadpole of a blue poison frog (Dendrobates azureus) from a private collection.

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An egg containing a tadpole of a blue poison frog (Dendrobates azureus) from a private collection.

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The cobalt morph of a three-month old tadpole of a dyeing poison frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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The cobalt morph of a three-month old tadpole of a dyeing poison frog (Dendrobates tinctorius) from a private collection.

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