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FROGS ON PAGES 8-9 PHOTOGRAPHED AT AMPHIBIAN FOUNDATION, ATLANTA; HOUSTON ZOO; CENTRO JAMBATU, QUITO, ECUADOR; NATIONAL AQUARIUM,
BALTIMORE; AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Most frogs are nocturnal, but poison frogs are active during the daytime, when their eye-catching
colors and patterns can warn predators to steer clear. Clockwise from top, variable poison-arrow frog,
little-devil poison frog, harlequin poison frog (both yellow-and-orange-spotted and yellow-spotted),
blue dyeing poison dart frog.