|Opposite the Panama, Amazon and Costa Rica exhibits are Poison frogs from Suriname (left) and Colombia. Unlike typical frogs, Poison frogs are not particularly shy and active throughout the day.|
|Our newest exhibit species Ranitomeya imitator, the Mimic poison frog has coloration that 'imitates' a more toxic dendrobatid species ... tricky! They are sometimes hard to find, even though there are 5 of these diminutive frogs in our Amazon exhibit|
Upon entering, visitors are greeted by the sweet sounds of tropical frogs calling throughout the day. Phantasmal poison frogs enjoy the plant displays in the lobby as much as the visitors and male frogs can easily be located by their call. Don't worry! All Poison frogs at the Garden are harmless.