Rare species of tiny, lethal frog is bred in British aquarium

Guardian: A rare species of tiny, lethal frog normally found in South America has been bred at a British aquarium. The phantasmal poison frogs, which measure less than a centimetre in length and whose poison is 200 times more powerful than morphine, have been bred at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Portsmouth. It is hoped that the frog, one of the most toxic amphibians on the planet, which exists in the wild in Ecuador, could help save lives. Jenna MacFarlane, of the aquarium, said: "Despite ......

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