What is the most poisonous frog in the Philippines?

Cane Toad. The cane toad is feared for its skin, which is highly toxic to humans. It has two main chemicals: bufotoxin and bufotein; both are dangerous to animals and humans and is classified in many countries as a Class 1 drug alongside heroin and cannabis. These frogs aren’t native in the Philippines.

Do frogs like being touched?

Also boding ill for frog futures is the way they grow, as toads and frogs develop in transparent egg sacs or strings, clearly displaying the effects of scientific experimentation. Frogs don’t “drink”; they absorb water and oxygen through their skins, so touching their skin may feel like someone handling your lungs.

What is the most poisonous thing in the world?

Synanceia verrucosa, a species of stonefish, is lined with dorsal spines that deliver an intensely painful and lethal venom. It is sometimes called the most venomous fish in the world.

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