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Poison dart frogs are amphibians and are very dangerous animals. Usually frogs camouflage to hide from predators but poison-dart frogs don't hide or camouflage. They don't need to hide or camouflage because their bright-colored skin warns the predator that these frogs are not good food to eat. What these frogs do to defend their selves is they show their bright colors to the predator to warn them that they are poisonous. If the animals do eat the frog, there is almost no chance of surviving. The poison the frogs have is enough to kill more than 10 human beings and more than 20,000 mice. Poison dart frogs eat insects such as ants and termites on the floor. They catch these little tiny ants by using their stick and retractable tongue. These frogs live in tropical forests in Central and South America.