Strawberry poison dart frogs live in the Tropical Forest in Central South America. Their poison is called “Batrachotoxin”, it paralyzes muscles and breathing. They don’t use their poison for attacking, they use their poison to protect themselves and get rid of skin fungus bacteria. Strawberry poison dart frogs eat poisonous bugs, this is why the frogs have strong poison. Their habitat is in the middle of the Rainforest, on ground.
These adaptations will help the species survive in the future. They might grow longer legs, so they can run faster from predators or danger. Their arms will become stickier, to help them stick to a more solid nature. Currently they have strong poison but they will adapt to have more powerful poison. Strawberry poison dart frogs already have many features that can help these animals. But these adaptations will help these species not go extinct from climate change.
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