Amazon Milk Frog
Amazon Milk Frog - A Fifty/Fifty Chance
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The Amazon milk frog is an arboreal amphibian found in South America, related to poison arrow frogs, and able to excrete a milky substance when stressed. This 'milk' is poisonous, but not fatal. They occupy humid rainforests. Interestingly, males will find a source of water in a tree and call for a female to lay her eggs, before inseminating them, he will then call another female to lay her eggs and will not inseminate these; using them instead as a food source for the first batch of fertilised eggs. They are large, beautifully patterned, and are becoming increasingly popular as pets.