The Poison Dart Frog's habitat is being destroyed by humans and deforestation. So, they are moving to warmer, mostly open fields. Unlike humans, amphibians can't maintain a steady body temperature on their own so they rely on their surroundings by staying in shady areas. They are able to hide under solitary tree loggers, which provides enough coolness but still has them very close to their heat limit. To adapt to the climate change, I think they will slowly change their the colors over time to lighter tones so they can reflect the heat better. They still need to find more crafty ways to stay cool but having lighter colors will help.
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