Where does the tree frog live?
The tree frog only lives in trees
a green tree frog lives in the rain forest
They live in diches,
No they are not the same. They are different because a water frog likes to live in WATER and land. A tree frog only lives on land.
how dose the red eyed tree frog live in the amazon rainforest ? what does it eat? why dose it have a green body ?
a red eyed tree frog lives for approximately 0-9 years.
TREES Tree frogs live in a tropical rainforest's.
Bullfrog, green frog, pickerel frog, spring peeper, chorus frog, leopard frog, tree frog.
Your question makes no sense, tree frogs do not live in deserts.
The striped marsh frog, pobblebonk, whistling Verreau frog, brown tree frog, growling grass frog and the spotted marsh frog live in the Yarra River.
In giant trees?
In the bumpy woods
it lives in africa
In purple trees
poison dart frog tree frog
the red eye tree frog lives in the golf of Mexico and the tree and in my house and in the forest and in California and rite here and my toilet
no, red eyed tree frogs do not
Tree Frogs are (generally) green and they live in rain forests.
For more information on frogs in Oregon, see this website. http://oregonexplorer.info/content/oregons-native-frogs-and-toads
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
A tree frog lays eggs. Almost all reptiles lay eggs except for platypus
Yes of course tree frogs can live in a terrarium mostly any amphibian or reptile can.
Depends on what species you are asking about and where you live. There is the Austrailian green tree frog, American green tree frog, American gray tree frog. Anytime it is warm out is when you can find them. Usually mating between April and August.
American Green Tree Frogs got it's name because they're a vibrant green color. They also live in trees. You can find them when it's humid and dark outside. The Australian Green Tree Frog is a White's Tree Frog in America. Thanks, Grace's Reptile and Amphibian Care
Frogs can be found in rainforests around the world. Common rainforest frogs include: * Panama golden frog * Tomato frog * Cane toad * Poison-dart frog * Rainforest frog * Monkey frog * Green and black poison dart frog * Blue poison dart frog * Yellow and brown toad * Three-striped Poison dart frog * Strawberry poison-dart frog * Green Poison Dar Frog * Hyla tree frog * Yellow-Banded Poison Frog * Glass Frog *… Read More
I have heard yes, you may put them together, however; be prepared for your water dragon to at some point sample your tree frog as food. Your tree frog and the Water dragon can live in the same climate and environment, but your tree frog will probably be nervous around your lizard. If your Lizard is big enough he could kill your tree frog.
Because of it's feet .There feet are suited for climbing trees.
they can live in tundra!!
In Puerto Rico.
The rainforest has many trees. A desert has few trees. So it's not surprising that tree frogs live in the rainforest.
Some do. The gray tree frog is the only one that I know of.
A tree frog will live in the Understory (2nd layer) or Undercanopy (which ever you prefer), and the forest floor(1st layer). They never come up to the Canopy as there is no food for them there also predators can easily spot them.
4 to 6 years Because there are many species of tree frog on several continents I will give you the two most well know. The American Green Tree frog HYLA CINEREA Has a life span of 2 to 5 years in captivity. The Australian Green Tree Frog LITORIA CAERULA Has a life span of 16 to 20 years. If the tree frog is living under good conditions, the longest it can live is about 14… Read More
The frog that is red eye. (tree frog)
the tree frog and the monkey
Things that live in the rain forest like you
Anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean, except for on trees.
Blue dumpy tree frogs can live up to 15 years if they are very well taken care of.
whites tree frogs/dumpy tree frog/ smiling tree frog
No Tree frogs are not poisonous. however some rain forest tree frog species such as the (poison)dart frog are poison but unless you live in the rain forest any species you come across are not poisonous...
I did and they were fine. If the Leopard frog is very large and the tree frog is very small you have the chance of losing your tree frog.
there are 21 types of tree frogs in the forest
The grey tree frog, while not normally dangerous, can produce toxins when stressed.
Many frogs mange to live in the desert. Here are some from Australia: Catholic frog, Flat-headed frog, Desert Tree Frog. There are more in deserts around the world.
No, they have 2 VERY different habitat needs, not to mention the Beardie will probably try to eat the frog.
They cannot mate because they are of different species the dumpy tree frog will only eat the green tree frog.
5-10 years in captivity.
Frog Creek Pennslyvania
the red eyed tree frog and the scarlet macow