What is a red eyed tree frog's ecosystem?
the rainforests of Costa Rica
The red eyed tree frog is native to the Amazon rain forest only. Red-eyed tree frogs can be found clinging to branches, tree trunks and even underneath tree leaves. They live in Central America and of coarse.. in trees. Red Eyed Tree Frogs live in South Mexico to Eastern Panama. Or some of them live in Australia
According to several sources available online, red eyed tree frogs prefer to live in a community. "They are a social species, thriving in environments with two or more other red eyed tree frogs." -redeyedtreefrog.org "This species tends to do better in a community" -allaboutfrogs.org "The red eye frog prefers to live in a community" -buzzle.com
If you want to find Red Eyed Tree Frogs in a pet store, there are some amphibian breeders in Florida. You can also find these frogs on the Internet. In the wild, Red Eyed Tree Frogs live in Central America, and a little bit in Mexico. If you are interested in buying Red Eyed Tree Frogs, make sure it isn't wild caught, because they can carry diseases. So, these frogs are not hard to find…