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Tree frog

Tree frog, or tree toad, one of several hundred types of frogs belonging to the family Hylidae, commonly found in North and South America. Many varieties have adhesive pads on their fingers and toes that stick to trees and facilitate climbing and leaping. Males have a characteristic high-pitched call, which they use to attract their mates. Tree frogs are about 1–5 in (2.5–13 cm) long, eat insects, and change color.

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