Amazon milk frogs secrete a sticky, white substance through their skin when they feel threatened. The substance is poisonous enough to cause a predator to become sick (but isn’t as poisonous as other frog toxins).
The green and black dart frog is one of more than 100 species of poison dart frogs. In the wild, their skin oozes some of the most toxic poison in the world. Native tribes of South America extract toxins from these frogs to tip their darts and arrowheads with when hunting. Most frogs lay hundreds of […]