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The Poison Dart Frog!

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Alexis Tittle

on 6 November 2012

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By: Alexis Tittle The Poison Dart Frog! Part One: Animal Description Scientific Name: Dendrobatidae Classification system Kingdom: Amalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertabrata
Class: Amphibia
Order: Anura
Family: Dendrabatida
genus: Dendrobates The Size:
1.5-6 cm (0.6-2.4 in) Global Distribution:
they are native to the tropical jungles of Central and South America. Lifestyle:
They are solitary Part Two: Habitat Loss Habitat: They Live mostly in tropical jungles and rainforests Loss of Habitat:
The trees in the rain forest and jungles are being cut down and destroying they're homes. Threats to habitat:
many species of poison dart frogs are considered to be critically endangered in the wild due to pollution and habitat loss. Relocation and Adaption:
It has to adapt to the deforestation Resources Needed:
Crickets Ants Termites and it needs water plants and a home in the trees Part Three: Introduced Species Predator:
The snake Leimadophis Epinephelus is a predator of the poison dart frog because it is the only snake that is immune to its poison. Competition:
It is in competition for food with snakes and other frogs Symbiotic Relationship: It has a symbiotic relationship with Plants and Insects Interruptions to the food web:
not as far as i know. Part Four: pollution Part Five population growth human population:
human population is affecting the poison dart frog because we are cutting down the trees to make homes and towns. preservation:
There is a nature reserve in the South American. Human Use:
humans do no use the poison dart frog for anything. Human Contact:
humans have no human contact Part Six: Over Consumption Human Competition:
Poison Dart Frogs and humans are in competition over the forest and jungles. Resources necessary for survival:
it needs trees food and water. Human Changes:
humans have changed the forest into house and towns Forms Affecting
environmental, air, water, and soil pollution Harmful Pollution
theres industrial waste, agriculture waste. waste from oil companys. Deforestation can cause release of carbon dioxide. Affects:
agriculture livestock and animal waste, contribute to global warming Steps to reduce:
none have been taken so far

Additional Information:
some ways that we could stop it is if we reduce our dependence on oil, and lessening industrial pollution
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