Touching a wild golden poison dart frog can kill a person within minutes. Just one milligram dose of the frogs poison can kill 10 humans. The frog is only found in Colombia and is a useful resource indigenous people, loading the arrow tips with the frogs poison to hunt. The arrow head retains its mortal toxicity for two years.
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