Yes, they do.
Cope's Gray Tree Frogs forage in shrubs and trees for any kind of small insects.
No they do not. Tree frogs eat insects.
No. Tree frogs eat insects. All frogs are carnivorous.
No. Red-eye tree frogs live in Central/South America, by hassan
gray tree frog
No! Tree frogs are carnivorous and only eat live insects.
No, green tree frogs only eat insects.
Gray tree frogs can live up to 7 years. And can withstand temp. of 40F during the winter months.
Green tree frogs are carnivorous, they eat crickets, spiders, lizards, cockroaches and other frogs.
No, gray foxes do not eat tree bark.