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The arrow of the jungle
- available as triplet, single 4mm & single 8mm -

  • Rana Dardo Dorada: The arrow of the jungle

    Golden Poison Frog / Schrecklicher Pfeilgiftfrosch / Phyllobates terribilis
    Conservation status: EN - Endangered 

    This tiny but bold frog is endemic to the humid forest of the Pacific coast of Colombia and it is one of the most toxic animals on Earth. A single specimen measuring two inches has enough venom to kill ten grown men.

    The local indigenous Emberá people have used its powerful venom for centuries to tip their blowgun darts when hunting, which can remain deadly for about two years.

  • 1 WL bracelet = 5m² of tropical rainforest

    Our WildLife Collection brings along an important mission: 

    For each WildLife Bracelet you purchase, we will be helping O2 Reserve to protect 5m² of native tropical rainforest in Magdalena Medio in Colombia.
    More information here.

    100% handmade by artisans in Colombia
    Once again, the geniality of Dorotea and Ricardo from Azua Telar shines through their excellent and fine handwork that represents the beauty of our flagship animals in these 100% hand-woven bracelets. 

    Packaging to keep forever
    Our collection would not be complete without the illustrations of Christina, from tucán y limón. | paper goods for nature lovers.

    Original idea & head behind the project
    Pilar Cendales, founder and director of Natal Colombia



    Single 4mm: W0,4cm x L16cm, adjustable
    Single 8mm: W0,8cm x L16cm, adjustable
    Triplet 4mm: W0,4cm x L60cm, adjustable

    Single 4 & Triple: 64 silk threads, metallic embroidery thread, gold-filled tubes, waxed cord.
    Single 8: 120 silk threads, metallic embroidery thread, black coated beads, waxed cord. (can be delivered with gold-filled tubes under request)

    CareTo ensure long-lasting and bright colours, we recommend washing your armband only by hand, using a delicate detergent. Use a towel to soak up water and let it dry flat.

    Don't forget to visit our Care Guide by clicking here