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Plains leopard frog (Lithobates blairi) at Fenton Farm.

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A tricolor or phantasmal dart frog (Epipediobates tricolor). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A tricolor or phantasmal dart frog (Epipediobates tricolor). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A tricolor or phantasmal dart frog (Epipediobates tricolor). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A strawberry dart frog (Oophaga pumilio). This animal is a hybrid bred here at the zoo between the same species but from two localities. The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A strawberry dart frog (Oophaga (Dendrobates) pumilio). This animal is a hybrid bred here at the zoo between the same species but from two localities. The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A strawberry dart frog (Oophaga (Dendrobates) pumilio). This animal is a hybrid bred here at the zoo between the same species but from two localities. The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A red-legged brown dart frog (Silverstoneia flotator). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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Brown dart frog or Pratt’s rocket frog (Colostethus pratti). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A red-legged brown dart frog (Silverstoneia flotator). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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Brown dart frog or Pratt’s rocket frog (Colostethus pratti). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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Brown dart frog or Pratt’s rocket frog (Colostethus pratti). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A red-legged brown dart frog (Silverstoneia flotator). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A red-legged brown dart frog or rainforest rocket frog (Silverstoneia flotator) at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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A red-legged brown dart frog or rainforest rocket frog (Silverstoneia flotator) at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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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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Yellow-lined poison dart frog (Dendrobates truncatus). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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Yellow-lined poison dart frog (Dendrobates truncatus). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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Yellow-lined poison dart frog (Dendrobates truncatus). The photo was taken at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus) 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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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus) 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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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus) 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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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus) 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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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus) 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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An El Cope morph of the green and black poison dart frog (Dendrobates auratus). 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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