RainforestAnimals Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Red-Eyed Tree FrogIn what part of the world does it live? • Red-eyed tree frogs lives in the rainforests of Central America. In South of Mexico and innorthern Colombia . They are found near rivers.
Red-Eyed TreeFrogWhat does it eat? • Red-eyed tree frogs are carnivorous and catch their prey with its long and sticky tongue. They eat crickets, moths, flies, and other insects and they are known to eat other small frogs.
Red-Eyed TreeFrogWhat are itshabits? • Red- eyed tree frogs spend their lives near water because they must return to the water to lay their eggs. Tree frogs are arboreal animals, meaning they spend themajority of their life in trees near the water, which also makes them great jumpers and gives themtheirnickname the “ monkey frog”
Red-Eyed TreeFrogWho are itsenemies? • Red-Eyed Tree Frog’s enemies are some snakes, bats and birds.
Red-Eyed TreeFrogIsitanendangered animal? • No, Red-eyed tree frogs aren’tendangered animals. But the deforestation isdestroying theirhabitat.
Red-Eyed Tree FrogDoes it need the rainforest to survive? Why? • Yes, Red-eyed tree frogs need the rainforest to survive because like other frogs they are very sensitive to hot temperatures, so they are adapted to live in a warm and humid environment. For this reason Red-EyedTree Frogsneed the rainforest to survive.
Red-Eyed Tree FrogCurious facts about ouranimal • The red-eyed tree frog is also called the red-eyed leaf frog. • Red-eyed tree frog size:
Red-eyed tree frog • Work By: Vinicius Andrade and João Freitas • Date: Sunday, 10th May 2009 • Teacher: Isabel Santos