Red-eyed tree frog
Collective Noun: Army, Colony, Knot
Where they’re from: Southern Mexico, Central America & Northern South America
Diet: A variety of insects
Red Eyed Tree Frogs are nocturnal animals! (They're active during the night)
They eat a number of things, including moths, grasshoppers, flies and crickets.
They are ambush predators and sneak up on their prey to catch it.
Their predators are snakes, spiders, toucans, bats and owls.
They are about the size of a teacup!
They spend the daytime hiding under leaves and keeping their eyes closed and markings covered so they can't be seen.
In nature, if you have outstanding colours, you're usually venomous, because it shows that you don't need to hide as you have weapons to defend yourself. However, despite the red-eyed tree frog's beautiful colourful markings, they are not venomous.