Blue Poison Dart Frog

Blue Poison Dart Frog

The blue poison dart frog was first discovered in 1968. It is a relic species living in a few isolated patches of relic rainforest habitat. Blue poison dart frogs can release toxins from the skin that are distasteful and potentially lethal to predators.

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Fish

 

  • Banded Archerfish
  • Bignose Unicorn tang
  • Bluegill
  • Blue Line Snapper
  • Copperband Butterfly Fish
  • Copper Rockfish
  • False Percula Clownfish
  • French Grunt
  • Frog fish
  • Fuzzy Dwarf Lionfish
  • Giant Hawkfish
  • Green Spotted Puffer
  • Hippo Tang
  • Large Mouth Bass
  • Leatherjacket Filefish
  • Long Horned Cowfish
  • Lookdown
  • Magnificent Foxface Rabbitfish
  • Northern Seahorse
  • Orange Banded Pipefish
  • Orchid Dottyback
  • Panther Grouper
  • Peacock Clownfish
  • Porcupine Puffer
  • Pumpkinseed Sunfish
  • Redrimmed Batfish
  • Rock Bass
  • Quillback Rockfish
  • Sergeant Major
  • Splendid Garden Eels
  • Spotted Garden Eels
  • Tomato clownfish
  • White-Spotted Bamboo Shark
  • Yellow Tang

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