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Green Tree Frogs are commonly found throughout the south eastern parts of the United States. Their call is distinct and can be heard up to almost a mile away. These frogs do best in enclosures with plenty of foliage with plants, vines, caves, and moss.
- Small and easily frightened, they should not be handled often.
- Green Tree Frogs are most active at night and you'll notice they hide for most of the day.
- Does best in a high humidity habitat with substrate that allows water to evaporate throughout the day.
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Wearing latex gloves while handling amphibians will not only protect you from salmonella and other potential toxins secreted by the amphibian, it also protects the amphibian from any oils, salts, lotions, or perfumes on your hand. Gloves should be worn every time you handle your pet amphibian. Washing your hands before and after will also help prevent the potential to spread diseases such as salmonella, of which all amphibians are potential carriers.
Green Tree Frogs are most active at night and you'll notice they hide for most of the day.
Green Tree Frogs are commonly found throughout the United States. These little frogs are most active at night, and you'll notice they hide for most of the day. As such, you should provide them with plenty of decor for climbing and hiding. You can keep 1 or 2 Green Tree Frogs together in a 10-gallon terrarium or larger if you'd like to have more than 2. Always provide an ample, clean water bowl. These frogs are rather quick and prefer not to be handled, but keep them in a beauifully decorated terrarium and enjoy their barking and chirping sounds. Please note: It is important to wash your hands before and after holding or interacting with a frog. This is important for their safety and yours.