The blue poison dart frog is unquestionably beautiful—like sapphire.
These frogs spend most of their awake time, during the day, hopping around in short leaps.
Eggs are laid in the male's territory, which he defends.
The sexes are similar in appearance, with females being slightly larger than males.
Every individual of the species has a distinct pattern of black spots on its back and sides, a sort of fingerprint that can be used to tell them apart.