Thursday, March 27, 2008
Poison Dart Frogs - the most poisonous animals in the world
Phyllobates - the most poisonous animals in the world. Phyllobates is a genus of Poison Dart Frogs which live in woods of Southern and Central America.
Difference from other amphibians, Poison Dart Frogs are active only at the day, and at the night they sleep.
As is known, the Bright skin have a dangerous poisonous animals, providing with that safety from predators and caution by the stranger. Poison Dart Frogs and Phyllobates are painted very brightly.
These frogs are very poisonous. They have the most deadly poison. Especially dangerous Golden Poison Frog ( Phyllobates terribilis ) from Venezuela. This Phyllobate is active in the afternoon too and hunts on small insects, spiders and worms.
Vaccines against poison Poison Dart Frogs it is not invented. It's not possibility to survive after this poison will get to the organism. Each frog makes enough toxin, and one dose can kill at least 10 persons.
The most effective way of protection is very simple - not to touch these frogs! =)