How does the coqui learn to survive?
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"Co-kee!" is the callof the Puerto Rican Coqui (Eleutherodactylus coqui). Specifically, the voice of the Puerto Rican Coqui is a melodic whistle. It is the second syllable that is audibly accented and higher in pitch. The call may be heard throughout the year, but especially during the humid warmth from late spring through early fall.
The common coqui (Eleutherodactylus coqui) is very small - around 6 cm in length. As far as weight, it depends on if you are asking about a female or male as this species is sexually dimorphic; the females are generally larger than the males. Also, evaporative effects can drastically increase the weight of this amphibian. A good mean is best estimated around 3-4 grams.
The Coqui is becoming endangered because of it's habitat, or environment being destroyed. The main reason it's habitat is being destroyed is due to the increase in humans necessity for space and houses being built and the agricultural expansion. In addition, the Coqui has a low reproductive rate, meaning that there are not too many mating and having babies, so the population is slowly diminishing.