"Rainforest Nature Nation" celebrates unusual creatures of Costa Rica, starring the Walking Stick, Bullet Ant, Blue Jeans Frog, Sloth, Iguanas, Leaf Cutter Ants, White Faced Monkeys, and the Strangler Fig, among others. Also featured are Crocodiles plus Caiman, and don't miss Croc feeding time. Costa Rica protects its wildlife in private reserves and national parks.
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Wow - what a strange looking frog ! Great Photo, thank you.
Looks like a fashion statement.
Another name for this creature is the "Blue Jeans Poisonous Dart Frog".
I doubt anyone still uses poisonous darts in Costa Rica.
But frogs, among others, use bright colors as a way to advertise that eating them is dangerous. Predators most likely get the message.
So he is the poisonous dart! I must remember that if I ever make Costa Rica. Thanks for the show, Dave, where to next?
I'm still interested in new places.
Next year that likely means Madagascar and Iceland.