Golden frog

Golden Poison Dart Frog - Phyllobates terribilis

South American frog beautiful but poisonous like the inspired utterances. From a circuit overseer talk.

New golden frog species discovered in ColombiaA picture of a Pristimantis dorado. Despite having no vocal sac and vocal slits, male Prismantis dorado Individuals "sing". Credit: Santiago Castroviejo-Fisher

New golden frog species discovered in ColombiaA picture of a Pristimantis dorado. Despite having no vocal sac and vocal slits, male Prismantis dorado Individuals "sing".

Golden frog

Enlarged picture of Kaieteur (Guyana): Cute Golden Frog in a Giant Tank Bromeliad

Cute golden frog!

Golden frog on leaf, side view - View amazing Golden frog photos - Mantella aurantiaca - on Arkive

The Panamanian golden #frog is brightly colored to warn potential predators that it is very toxic and would be dangerous to eat.

The Panamanian golden is brightly colored to warn potential predators that it is very toxic and would be dangerous to eat.

The Panamanian golden frog is almost extinct in the wild. This photo was taken at a zoo in Panama.  This frog has become a symbol for Panamanian wildlife.

The Panamanian golden frog is almost extinct in the wild. This photo was taken at a zoo in Panama. This frog has become a symbol for Panamanian wildlife.

Extinct: Golden Frog: This little guy was a bright, shiny orange and would often be on posters to advertise the country where it was discovered – Costa Rica. There used to be thousands of the creatures, but in 1987, scientists counted only two females and seven males. The next year they saw one male, and by 2004, the species was listed as extinct. Weather conditions were given as the reason for the demise of the toad — El Nino to be exact. It caused the weather to be too dry to support the…

The extinct golden toad (Bufo periglenes), last seen in 1989

Panamanian golden frog

Panamanian golden frog Photo by Wayne Panepinto — National Geographic Your Shot

Panamanian Golden Frog

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Friday Froggy Fun Fact: As Panama’s national animal, the Panamanian golden frog represents good fortune. But out of all Atelopus species, adult Panamanian golden frogs are the most toxic. One frog contains enough toxins to kill 1,200 mice!

Friday Froggy Fun Fact: As Panama’s national animal, the Panamanian golden frog represents good fortune. But out of all Atelopus species, adult Panamanian golden frogs are the most toxic. One frog contains enough toxins to kill mice!

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he BBC television network has reported that Panama's golden frogs, a species of harlequin frogs that's one of our unofficial national symbols, are now extinct in the wild. photo by NatureServe / National Science Foundation

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