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Dart Poison Frog Care & Natural History: an Overview

This is a discussion on Dart Poison Frog Care & Natural History: an Overview within the Dendrobatids: Poison Arrow/Dart Frogs forums, part of the Anura: Frogs & Toads category; Hi All, Hello, Frank Indiviglio here. Poison Frogs (also known as Dart or Arrow Poison Frogs) exhibit an amazing array ...

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Default Dart Poison Frog Care & Natural History: an Overview

Hi All,
Hello, Frank Indiviglio here. Poison Frogs (also known as Dart or Arrow Poison Frogs) exhibit an amazing array of colors and patterns – some so spectacular as to appear unreal. What’s more, they are active by day, exhibit complex social behaviors, and care for their tadpoles in “mammal-like” fashion…and are not at all shy about doing so. Small wonder they are among the most desirable of all amphibian pets! Once considered delicate captives, Poison Frogs are now regularly bred in captivity and may live to age 15 or beyond. Read article here: Dart Poison Frog Care and Natural History - An Overview | That Reptile Blog
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