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    • Judith Campbell-Jones

      Do not like frogs as a rule, but this one is a beaut!!! Red-eyed Treefrog (Agalychnis callidryas) is an arboreal hylid native to Neotropical rainforests in Central America. Red-eyed tree frogs inhabit areas near rivers and ponds in rainforests from southern Mexico, through Central America, to Northern Colombia. the Red-eyed tree frog has three eyelids. Being non-poisonous by nature, the red-eyed frogs tend to defend themselves by camouflaging.

    • Jamie Noelle

      Red-eyed tree frog (the Rainforest Alliance's unofficial mascot). How dare we let such fragile and beautiful creatures come under threat.

    • Krystelle F. Gratziani / Conscious Cooking

      Cute Red Eyed Tree Frog! So pretty! <3 #frog #tree #colorful #nature

    • Just Pinteresting...

      #Animal #Species. Red Eyed Tree #Frog.

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