Second up in our Instagram takeover from entomologist, @phil_torres is this bright bamboo poison dart frog. The vibrant colours warn of its toxicity to predators, but it is hardly seen in the open because, as their name suggests, they live and breed inside fallen, water-filled bamboo trees. "I’ve seen them before on this small island on the Tambopata River, so I shone my flashlight into every hollow bamboo branch I came across until I found one." It may be hard to tell but this a macro photo of the frog, because they're only about the size of a thumbnail.
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