This is chosen as today’s National Geographic’s picture of the day. Not only is the picture extraordinary, the frog in the picture is also unique. The most poisonous of these frogs, the golden poison frog, has enough toxin on average to kill ten to 20 men or about ten thousand mice.
Poison dart frogs are common to South America, utilizing bright coloring to warn predators of its toxic nature. This frog carries a tadpole on its back. This image is from Wild Amazon. Photographer is Christian Baumeister