Red eyed tree
frogs have very bright colored eyes to startle predators. They also have
bright colored bodies with suction cups on their toes to help climb up
trees. Its scientific name is agalychnis callidryas. Red eyed tree frogs
live in Costa Rica and other regions. Their diet consists of flies, moths,
possibly other smaller frogs, and crickets. Predators of the red eyed
tree frog are birds, bats, and snakes. Red eyed tree frogs usually mate
in small bodies of water laying around 50 – 100 eggs. They do this to keep
their young safe from predators. Also if a tree frog that is still
in its egg encounters danger it can hatch on automatically and run away.
Red eyed tree frogs only grow up to 5 – 7.5 cm long when they are
full grown. The males are usually smaller than the females.