Strawberry poison dart frog ( Oophaga pumilio ) .Fleeing an attack

This little poisonous frog was near a colony of ants that were devastating everything in its path. Probably not even the powerful and poisonous neurotoxin in its skin could save it from the ferocious attack of the ants, so he was fleeing the area. This species is common and abundant near our usual places of exploration. They are docile and easy to distinguish in the soil due to their unique colors. Oophaga pumilio (formerly known as Dendrobates pumilio), a poison dart frog, from Costa Rica, Central America.


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