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These frogs are insectivores. Their diet consists mainly of ants, termites and small spiders.
Some indigenous cultures have used these frogs’ poison to coat the tip of blow darts before hunting — a tradition that inspired the frogs’ name.
They're found in only a few areas of rainforest in Suriname and northern Brazil. They generally live under rocks and moss near streams.
Females will lay around 10 eggs, which are then fertilized by the male.
Learn all about slime and how animals use it to stay healthy and protect themselves in this colourful display.