Poison Frogs Losing Their Toxicity, Study Suggests

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: November 7, 2006   View Article

Poison frogs may be losing their toxicity as human development fragments their habitats, a recent study says.

The study examined the diversity of alkaloids found in poison frogs in different regions and habitats on Madagascar, an island nation off the southeast coast of Africa.

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