I've done that a few times as well. Sit back a listen. One encounter at the Wichita Zoo, a man walked up with his family and explained how the D. auratus could bite them and pentrate their skin just like a viper would to inject their poison. I decided I wouldn't even touch on that subject with him. At the zoo I volunteer, they have a hard time with darts, so I help thme out with those as well as all of the other frogs off exhibit. It's called Rolling Hills Zoo, out here in the middle of Kansas.