About Red-Eyed Treefrog
The Red-Eyed Treefrog spends most of its life up in trees. Their fingers and toes have flat pads at the ends that act like suction cups. These suction cup pads allow these frogs to climb very easily. They can even climb up a window pane.
The female treefrog will lay her eggs on a large leaf that overhangs a pool of water. When the tadpoles hatch they drop into the water and climb back into the trees as froglets.