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Green-and-Black Poison Arrow Frog A photograph. Dendrobates auratus. Central and South American lowland rainforests. 40-50mm long. Has been observed fifty metres up trees transporting tadpoles to tree holes. The skin of one of these frogs yields sufficient poison to coat fifty arrowheads. The toxin is 200 times more effective than morphine. Dendrobates does not need to hide from predators. More pictures here, here and here. More information about the Green-and-Black Poison Arrow Frog can be found here and here.