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tree frog
NOUN
1.
any of various arboreal frogs, especially of the family Hylidae, usually having adhesive disks at the tip of each toe.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_frog

A tree frog is any species of frog that spends a major portion of its lifespan in trees, known as an arboreal state. Several lineages of frogs among the ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_green_tree_frog

The American green tree frog (Hyla cinerea) is a common species of New World tree frog belonging to the genus Hyla. A common backyard species, it is popular  ...

www.nwf.org/Wildlife/Wildlife-Library/Amphibians-Reptiles-and-Fish/Tree-Frogs.aspx

Learn more about the behavior, biology, and range of tree frogs.

a-z-animals.com/animals/tree-frog

Jan 9, 2017 ... The tree frog is a small species of frog that spends its life in the trees. True tree frogs are found inhabiting the forests and jungles in the warmer ...

kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/red-eyed-tree-frog

Learn about red-eyed tree frogs with pictures, fun facts, news, and videos. Find links to information about other animals.

www.untamedscience.com/biodiversity/american-green-tree-frog

The always amazing green tree frog. This beautiful green tree frog can be seen throughout most of the American South. It is also a popular frog species to keep ...

www.petco.com/content/petco/PetcoStore/en_US/pet-services/resource-center/caresheets/tree-frogs.html

Tree Frogs thrive in groups of the same species, and they have a friendly nature. They love to climb, and become active and vocal and dusk.

www.kidzone.ws/lw/frogs/facts-treefrog.htm

European Tree Frog with his vocal sac showing source: wikicommons photographer: Christian Fischer European Tree Frog an idea of the size of a European ...

animals.mom.me/natural-enemies-tree-frogs-4503.html

Tree frogs or hylids, represented by more than 700 species worldwide, inhabit much of North, Central and South America as well as Australia and New Guinea.