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Do trees frogs need companionship? Are they happier with a mate or do they fight

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    rickeposted 7 years ago

    Do trees frogs need companionship?
    Are they happier with a mate or do they fight?

  2. websclubs profile image53
    websclubsposted 7 years ago

    Red Eyed Green Tree Frog

    Red Eyed Tree Frog Life Cycle  Info
    Red Eyed Tree Frogs Life Cycle ... ; The mating ritual consists of males croaking (often all in unison) trying to attract a female. Many times various males will compete for a single branch area. They wrestle until one of them falls off the branch.
    see: homepage.mac.com/randykokesch/Personal33.html

    Video -- Red-Eyed Tree Frog's Life Cycle -- National Geographic
    A momma tree frog won't settle for just any location for her eggs. ... Skip to this page's content ... National Geographic Society...
    see: video.nationalgeographic.com/video/player/animals/amphi...

    trees frogs
    Green Tree Frog
    Red Eyed Tree Frog
    View color photographs and learn information about the diet, habitat, and appearance. ... Description: Red Eyed Treefrogs have bright red eyes and are a really bright color of green with blue and yellow stripped sides. They also have funny looking orange toes. These are definitely one of the more beautiful species of frogs!
    see: allaboutfrogs.org/info/species/redeye.html


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