Tree Frog (Red-eyed)


Scientific name : Agalychnis callidryas

Family : Hyla

Native to : America and Australia

Interesting fact : The famous ‘ribbit’ sound is made by the male frog to attract females.

Conservation status : At risk

Tree frogs are a group of over 800 species of small frogs that spend most of their life on trees. They are easily identified by their disc-shaped toes for suction and grip on trees. Toe pads also aid in climbing. These small frogs come in a variety of colours. Insects, worms and spiders make up their meal. While most tree frogs live on trees, some may live in ponds and lakes. Typical life span of tree frogs varies with the species ranging from 5 to 15 years.

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