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Scientific name: Ranitomeya ventrimaculata

Habitat: tropical rainforest

Diet: mites, ants, beetles, termites, spiders, flies

Life span: 3-6 years (as long as 10 years in captivity)

Young: 4-10 eggs/clutch

Size: 1-2 cm (0.4-0.8 inches)

Amazonian dart frogs are found in the tropical rainforests of Columbia, Equador, Peru and Brazil. They can be found anywhere from the leaf litter on the ground to 40 metres high in the trees.

Because these frogs are uncommon in the wild, little is known about the Amazonian dart frog's natural biology and behaviour.

Threats to the Amazonian dart frog include logging, fire, human settlement and pollution.

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Amazonian dart frog on Wikipedia

Range

Range: South America

Status in the Wild

Status: thriving

For More Information

Edmonton Valley Zoo

13315 Buena Vista Road (87th Avenue)
PO Box 2359
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2R7

Email attractions@edmonton.ca

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