This cute, small blue frog can kill you with poison darts.
Much confusion can be found in discussions of this topic all over the web, if you do a Google search for “ugly inside, ugly outside”. Lack of attractiveness can result in some cases of ugly behavior, as pointed out by Mocan and Tekin in a study sponsored by the National Bureau of Economic Research, who conclude: “We find that unattractive individuals commit more crime in comparison to average-looking ones, and very attractive individuals commit less crime in comparison to those who are average-looking.”
Yes, but that misses the point (or at least, the major point).
Nature (or God, if you are a believer) has gone to great trouble to display what goes on inside its creatures . . . or to conceal it, which highlights Nature’s ability (or, again the Divine design) by which the outer appearance of a creature is directly linked to its inner essence. Take for example small poisonous animals that can’t go after their prey and kill them with brute force. They are beautiful, apparently harmless creatures that will attract the prey to come to them instead, so it can be killed and used for food (i.e., survival)....