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You know those poison-tip arrows...? (5.40)

Bobby: You know those poison-tip arrows that certain tribes use that go through one guy and kill another? This might be like that.

Wags: Yeah. Golden frog poison. Mm. I tried to smoke it once. Shaman jumped across the tent to stop me. 

Bobby: And glad I am that he did. Otherwise, I would have to enact this rich pageant without your good and wise counsel.

The golden poison frog (Phyllobates terribilis), also known as the golden frog, golden poison arrow frog, or golden dart frog, is a poison dart frog endemic to the Pacific coast of Colombia. The optimal habitat of P. terribilis is the rainforest with high rain rates (5 m or more per year), altitudes between 100 and 200 m, temperatures of at least 26 °C, and relative humidity of 80–90%. In the wild, P. terribilis is a social animal, living in groups of up to six individuals; however, captive P. terribilis specimens can live in much larger groups. These frogs are often considered innocuous due to their small size and bright colours, but wild frogs are lethally toxic.