Most amphibians can glow in the dark, scientists report

View of a phantasmal poison-arrow frog (Epipedobates tricolor) at the amphibian conservation center Jambatu, in the locality of San Rafael, southeast Quito on July 4, 2017. Ecuador is promoting an "ethical" bio trade of rare and colorful frogs and toads for the global pet market and with educational aims, to curb the lucrative illegal trade of amphibians captured in the wild. / AFP / RODRIGO BUENDIA





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