Frogs such as this lemur leaf frog are threatened by a fungus that can kill up to 90 percent of amphibians in a stream.

Frogs such as this lemur leaf frog are threatened by a fungus that can kill up to 90 percent of amphibians in a stream.

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Dendrobates pumilio: PaNaMa's Dendrobates pumilio, also known as the STRaWBeRRY PoiSoN FRoG, acquires toxins for its poisonous skin secretions by eating ants, including Brachymyrmex longicornis. Photo: Dong Lin, California Academy of Sciences

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