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 years. Average height- 4 inches.
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.
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.
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.
Conclusion The End. Thank you for watching my presentation I learned a lot about the Tree Frog.
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