Tree FrogBy: Delaney WishawPeriod: 4
Scientific name   Hylidae.
Range   The Tree Frogs are found in the central and    southeastern United States, with a geographic    range.
Diet   Like most frogs, they will eat    fly’s, moths, grasshoppers, crickets and possible    other small frogs.
Physical Description Average weight- 15 ounces. Average length- Male- 2 inches Female- 3 inches. Life Span- 5 to 6 ye...
Breeding Info   Babies: 50 to 70 to 100   The mother tree frog lays thousands of eggs and    then they hatch.   Tree fr...
Special Behavior or UniqueAnatomy Their vision is really good so that they can get  away from predator faster. The feet ...
Weird Info.   Bath, England (5 days ago): A British family got    more than they bargained for when they opened a    bag ...
Conclusion   The End.   Thank you for watching my presentation I learned a    lot about the Tree Frog.
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  1. 1. Tree FrogBy: Delaney WishawPeriod: 4
  2. 2. Scientific name Hylidae.
  3. 3. Range The Tree Frogs are found in the central and southeastern United States, with a geographic range.
  4. 4. Diet Like most frogs, they will eat fly’s, moths, grasshoppers, crickets and possible other small frogs.
  5. 5. Physical Description Average weight- 15 ounces. Average length- Male- 2 inches Female- 3 inches. Life Span- 5 to 6 years. Average height- 4 inches.
  6. 6. Breeding Info Babies: 50 to 70 to 100 The mother tree frog lays thousands of eggs and then they hatch. Tree frog’s do not nest.
  7. 7. Special Behavior or UniqueAnatomy Their vision is really good so that they can get away from predator faster. The feet are red/orange: the upper legs are blue. They have long, powerful jumping legs, suction cups on the toes, and very short backbone.
  8. 8. Weird Info. Bath, England (5 days ago): A British family got more than they bargained for when they opened a bag of prepackaged spinach and out jumped a tiny green tree frog. It was dubbed "Popeye" after the spinach-loving cartoon character. Popeye survived the incident unharmed and is due to be re-released into the wild.
  9. 9. Conclusion The End. Thank you for watching my presentation I learned a lot about the Tree Frog.
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