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They would be close to the bottom because they eat insects, who eat plants (Or smaller insects that eat plants) and the plants get their "food" from the sun. There are many things that are able to eat tree frogs, thus it's low on the food chain.

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They are in the second level but it depends on what type of frog it is

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they stick out there tounge

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