No, not all frogs are poisonous. Most colorful frogs are poisonous in the wild, but lose their toxicity in captivity. Because they get a huge amount of their toxicity from a particular ant in the wild, and because variation in their diets becomes slim to none when in captivity, they become far less toxic over time, and, eventually, not poisonous at all. But not all colorful frogs are poisonous either.
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