Tree Frog

 Worldwide. Tropical and temperate rainforests. Variety of habitats.
 Spiders and insects.
 Snakes, birds, and large mammals.
 There are many different species of tree frogs.

Tree frogs lay many eggs, some between 500 and 1200. Most are laid in the water or on the underside of leaves.

The male tree frog will attract predators.

Their excellent camouflage allows them to wait for prey to come to them. Then they can quickly surprise the prey.

They mainly live in trees and bushes, but are found on the ground also.

They are excellent climbers and have suction-like toe pads which aid them greatly.

They need a lot of water and during the day they rest on the underside of big rainforest leaves (tropical rainforests) or in other shady places. This helps them from becoming dehydrated.

Most are nocturnal.

Most are about 1-2 inches in length (the Giant Tree Frog is bigger).

Sometimes they are seen in the water, but mainly live on land.

Are usually green or brown.

They are important in the food web chain because they help control the insect population.