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Poison-Dart Frogs: Beautiful and Dangerous

The striking colours and patterns on the poison-dart frogs in the museum got the attention of museum volunteer Jennifer Artz. She discovered that the flashy looks of these exotic species are good for much the same thing as the camouflage of native species. One big difference: poison-dart frogs bring toxins to the table. Continue reading

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