Tree frogs that are poisonous include the golden poison dart, the black-legged dart and the blue poison dart. The golden poison dart frog is considered to be one of the world’s most toxic animals. More »

Poison dart frogs live naturally in the rainforests of Central and South America and on some of the Hawaiian islands. The frogs are also bred to live in many zoos around the world. More »

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The only known predator of poison dart frogs is the Leimadophis epinephelus, a fire-bellied snake native to the Amazon rainforests that has developed a natural resistance to the frog's poison. The golden poison dart frog... More »

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In the wild, poison dart frogs feed mainly on insects like ants and termites, and on spiders, while a captive frog's diet consists primarily of crickets. Like other frogs, poison dart frogs capture prey with their tongue... More »

The poison dart frog has only one natural predator - a snake named Leimadophis epinephelus. Because the skin of the poison dart frog has enough poison to make many other animals sick by just licking it, the poison dart f... More »

Tree frogs make a variety of different vocalizations; some are best described as "honks," while others sound similar to "croaks," "whistles" or "barks." Tree frogs make different sounds for different purposes. For exampl... More »

The poison-dart frog, the common name assigned to over 175 known species of the Dendrobatidae family of frogs, is endemic to the humid, equatorial zones within South and Central America. Habitats range from freshwater la... More »