Are poisonous frogs and porpoises ?

There are such. Ocheretyanaya frog releases a trickle of poison in the one who does not like it, from the glands in the eye, and the red- bellied zerlana carries poison in his skin. But a particularly poisonous frog is a woodpecker that lives in tropical forests of South America. The poison contained in her skin is so strong that one drop of her can kill a person. Locals lubricate this poison hunting arrows, wrecking them on the skin of the frog. Frog- woodpeckers live on trees and usually have a very bright color. Clear signs on their skin are warned by a predator that they are poisonous and it is better not to touch them. However, in the tropical forests, there is a snake that eats these frogs without causing harm.

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