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It's no surprise that some frogs secrete poison from glands in their skin. But researchers have discovered the first two species of frog that are venomous. Not only do the frogs produce potent toxins, but they also have a mechanism to deliver those harmful secretions into another animal using bony spines on their heads!

Heads of Brazilian frogs are venomous weapons

Bruno's casque-headed frog (A. brunoi) (Credit: Carlos Jared/Butantan Institute) "Both species are the first known frogs to be venomous, scientists report in the journal Current Biology.

Ancient Roman Metal Used for Physics Experiments Ignites Science Feud: Scientific American

Ancient Roman Metal Used for Physics Experiments Ignites Science Feud Physicists prefer Roman-era lead ingots to recently mined metal for shielding particle experiments, but archaeologists want them preserved

blue poison dart frog (Dendrobates azureus) is listed as Vulnerable, but if rainforest deforestation continues, its status will become more critical.

Day 181 Beautiful World: blue poison dart frog (Dendrobates azureus) - listed as Vulnerable, but if rainforest deforestation continues, its status will become more critical.

This isn't flying. This is falling, with style.

Flying Frog

Wallace's Flying Frog, w lrg eyes; With a fringe of skin stretching between the limbs, this flying frog can parachute to the forest floor from high in the trees where it is normally found.

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small frog on vine leaves….!!! (by IGCOR)❤️

Small Frog on Vine Leaves [nature does amazing things with colour!

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