The South American poison dart frog is the most poisonous frog in the world. The scientific name for this frog is the Phyllobates Terribilis. Other common names are the dart frog and the golden dart frog. It is so called because of its highly golden coloring. The reason they have such a bright coloring is actually one that’s rather common in the wild: they have a poison, and it warns predators to stay away.
They love the rainforests, especially when humidity is between eighty and ninety percent. They typically live in little groups of up to six people in the wild, but when they’re being held as specimen or captive, they typically live in much larger groups for a variety of reasons.