How Do Tree Frogs Reproduce?


Tree frogs reproduce by laying eggs on the tree. These eggs are later fertilised by the male frogs. The product is a tadpole the later grows into a mature frog.
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the male releases the sperm and then the female releases her eggs.
tree frogs usually reproduce in the rainy season. The reproduction process is initiated by a croaking and quivering mating ritual described below. Red-eyed tree frogs utilize a process
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