Red eye tree frog

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Red eye tree frog

Frog is playing dead.

They eat grasshopper

Scientific Journal ProjectRed eye tree frog

What do they eat? Mostly they eat on insects. They prefer crickets, flies, grasshoppers and moths. Sometimes, they will eat smaller frogs. For tadpoles, fruit flies and pinhead crickets are the meals of choice.

Red eye tree frog!

Who/What are their enemies? They have a pressure everywhere they live. Snakes, birds, carnivorous mammals and fish are their enemies.

What do these animals look like? The Red-Eyed Tree Frog is very small and colorful. It’s jumping abilities. Red eye tree frog is measuring no more than eight centimetres. The male is usually about two and a half centimetres smaller than the female. , it is most recognizable by its bright green color and red eyes.

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Red eye tree Frog

What is their cycle of life from birth to death? Frogs lay their eggs in water. The eggs hatch into aquatic larvae called tadpoles the life cycle is completed when they metamorphose into adults. They lay eggs about 40 to 7o eggs and they lay eggs for 7 days. They live about 5 to 15 years.

How do they defend themselves against enemies? Red eye tree frog has different methods of protecting themselves from predators, like attempting to flee, swelling up or playing dead. They also use their skin color to either blend in with their surrounding or warn praetors that they are toxic.

What do they do that is interesting or unusual? Red-Eyed Tree Frogs are interesting lowland rainforest areas near ponds, streams and rivers. The Red-Eyed Tree Frog will be found near water sources that its offspring, tadpoles, will need to survive.

Where do they live? They live in tropical lowlands from southern Mexico, throughout Central America, and in northern South America. Nocturnal carnivores, they hide in the rain forest canopy and ambush crickets, flies, and moths with their long, sticky tongues. Red-eyed tree frogs are not endangered. They are not endangered animal.

Red eye tree frog playing hides and seeks.


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