The two statements that are false are:
5. Poison arrow frogs, also known as poison dart frogs are famous for their deadly poison, but they use it as a protective measure rather than to kill prey. To grab their typical insect dinner, they use their sticky retractable tongue. Humans, however, have a long history of harvesting the poison from the skin of these frogs which they then apply to the tips of their own hunting arrows.
12. The racer snake has the right name, but it is actually the pronghorn antelope that holds the title of fastest land animal in North America. They can sprint 60 miles an hour and are stellar long distance runners.