Panamanian Golden Frog
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Golden frogs produce toxins in their skin that make them noxious meals for predators.
Golden frogs are sexually dimorphic. The females of this species are up to twice the size of an average male.
Females deposit light-sensitive eggs. They hide their egg clutches in dark crevices under rocks to avoid exposing the developing eggs to light.
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