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Oh interesting DanielePralong. & JuanDiTrani, it sounds like you have some traveling in the future. :)
I think what makes them more hungry is that they are a bigger sized dart frog. I am sure you could get them to breed in captivity, but I didn't wish to find out for myself. I'm happy with my one,Topaz :)
Yes, that is correct. I feed it pin head crickets. So this particular specimen of Golden Poison Dart Frog is not poisonous, because of what it eats. It isn't eating the ants that carry the toxins from the particular poison plant to the dart frog, that it would get in it's natural environment. This species of poison dart frog has a more voracious appetite out of the other species in it's family.