Gray Treefrog

Family: Hylidae

Size: It measures a maximum of 6 cm.

Longevity: It can live from 4 to 5 years.

Habitat: It lives in trees or shrubs near meadows, in swamps and in beaver ponds.

Food: The gray treefrog hunts small insects and invertebrates in trees and sometimes on the ground. When chasing prey, it can perform impressive acrobatics by jumping from branch to branch.

Did you know that the gray tree frog changes color in minutes? It can quickly change from green to brown or gray to adapt to its environment, like the chameleon.