Choose the correct answer.


How many frogs are in Central and South America?
30
300
3,000

Why do frogs use poison?
To eat
To defend themselves
To have bright colors

How are they poisonous?
They steal toxins from what they eat
They product toxins naturally
They keep toxins on their skin all their lives

Why do they have bright colors?
To warm predators
To be beautiful
To lure predators

What is the toxin carried by golden poison frogs?
Batrochotoxin
Batrachotoxin
Batrachatoxin

Why don’t golden poison frogs poison themselves?
They swap an asparagine to a threonine
They swap a cysteine to a glutamine
They swap a arginine to a serine

Where are the different groups of frogs discovered by Tarvin and Borghese?
Ecuador
South Africa
Asia

What toxin do they carry?
Epibatidine
Nicotinic Acetylcholine receptor
Acetylcholine

What’s acetylcholine?
A toxin
A receptor
A chemical messenger

How are these frogs sure that acetylcholine can still bind to their receptor?
They can’t
They evolved a couple other mutation
The toxin affects them

What are the consequences of this kind of mutation?
The frog can explode
Reduced or altered protein functions
Acetylcholine is modified