I am new to this forum, but I have been in the hobby for 8 years now.
We have started project on Kickstarters web (crowdfunding platform) to back a documentary centered on Poison Dart Frogs, Rainforests and their conservation. I've always dreamed of a documentary focused on our interests: PDF behaviour, feeding preferences, breeding locations and hazards; their real habitat and living conditions, the plants that actually relate to them for breeding (like bromeliads and heliconias) or just are part of their landscape (orchids, peperomias, pileas, moses, lichens, ferns...). It is fine to read about it, but a documentary always puts perspective on all these aspects and would also help to improve our vivarium construction to succeed in PDF captive breeding.
We plan to interview experts on Poison Dart Frog and other amphibians 'in situ' and 'ex situ' conservation that work on many of the Biological Stations across Central and South America Rainforests. They will tell us how captive breeding is actually helping in conservation of endangered species. We'll make their message arrive worldwide.
Here's the link for those who are interested in becoming part of our team (trailers): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...he-documentary
We would be eternally grateful to find you between our backers.
You can follow us on our Facebook page too: https://www.facebook.com/PDFTheDocumentary/
It would be nice if someone could post thi in his mother tongue so that it will arrive to more people. Sorry for the long post!