Emma Korbel

Emma Korbel

Nairobi, Kenya / I love animals I want to save them I love anything animal And I have 3 chickens, a dog, a hamster, 3 Guinea pigs and a tortoise!
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Funny pictures about The Costa Rican Variable Harlequin Toad. Oh, and cool pics about The Costa Rican Variable Harlequin Toad. Also, The Costa Rican Variable Harlequin Toad photos.

Poison Arrow Frog Peru Rain Forest By Dirk Ercken - FAA more on link

Alas, my frog was toxic, too. ~ETS (Poison Arrow Frog, Peru Rain Forest ~ By Dirk Ercken)

This tiny frog is also known as the strawberry poison arrow frog. The adults are between 2 and 2.5 cm long (3/4-1 inch). The males are very territorial and patrol it defending it from other mating or calling males, non-breeding males, and of course females, are allowed in.

This tiny frog is also known as the strawberry poison arrow frog, this little one was in the cup of a mushroom or toadstool on a dead log.

Rainbow Poison Dart Frog | Дер лягушка по болоту дер шлеп, дер ...

Thanks, Corey W! Oophaga pumilio, I believed the Pope island form. Can't remember of the to of my head, there are at least 4 forms of green pumilio. I know the owner of this frog so I can track it down. I like frogs.

Golden Poison Frog, perhaps the world's deadliest frog, endangered

Golden Poison Frog (Phyllobates terribilis), the most poisonous species of frog

The strawberry poison frog or strawberry poison-dart frog (Oophaga pumilio or Dendrobates pumilio). The frogs, like most Poison dart frogs, are harmless when not fed ants or beetles, resulting in pumilio becoming a rather popular exotic pet. Though brightly colored and toxic, these frogs are relatively small, growing to approximately 17.5–22 mm in standard length. More

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Poison Dart Frog - para mostrar à Andreia que diz que não existem sapinhos azuis! :D

Poison Dart Frog - Most species of Dart Frogs make exellent inhabitants for your vivarium! Most don't require special care and as long as you keep their home clean and comfortable with enough food, they'll love it!