The Andean poison dart frog (Dendrobates opisthomelas).
The skin of poison dart frogs has been found to contain substances with medicinal value, including a painkiller 200 times more powerful than morphine.
© Robin Moore
Via Conservation International

The Andean poison dart frog (Dendrobates opisthomelas).

The skin of poison dart frogs has been found to contain substances with medicinal value, including a painkiller 200 times more powerful than morphine.

© Robin Moore

Via Conservation International

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