The Golden Poison Dart Frog lives in the undergrowth of
undisturbed subtropical rainforest in a small remaining area of
coastal Colombia. This tiny (although the largest of the
poison frogs), attractively-coloured amphibian is among the
most dangerous animals on earth, with enough toxin in its
body to kill several people. Colour can vary from pale green
to pale orange. The female frogs lay eggs on land and males
carry tadpoles to ponds.