One such creature is the red-green poison dart frog, it may look attractive to some people, but it is very dangerous. Most frogs are not dangerous to humans, but some can be deadly. The golden poison dart frog is two inches long, but can kill a person if it comes into contact. However colored frogs kept for museum purposes are not poisonous.
Now back to the forest. These frogs are used as a source of poison to hunt wild animals. The forest community hunts with arrows short of blowguns (or blowpipes). This method is also used to kill monkeys. There is a wooden tube-like stick that serves as a gun for small arrows. A bird or a monkey sitting on the height of a distant tree falls to the ground as soon as they shoot an arrow because these people put poison in the tip of the arrow. This poison comes from the glowing frog.
These frogs are blue, yellow, red and orange in color. The most dangerous and poisonous frog is the golden frog, which is found in the jungles of Colombia. When it is in trouble, its body begins to secrete and receive the most toxic liquid, batracotoxin. This toxin can block the transmission of nerve signals. This can lead to heart failure or respiratory paralysis. One frog contains 1 mg of batracotoxin poison, which is enough to kill 20,000 rats and 15 humans. This poison is many times more dangerous than cyanide.
If caught without a globe, life can be in trouble. In fact, as soon as any kind of fear is felt, their skin starts to ooze venom. As soon as the poison takes effect, the pulse starts to shrink and the person dies. The next time you see a colorful frog somewhere, you will be a little worried.