Frogs like to jump, but meet the species that jumps incredible lengths between trees.
- The gliding leaf frog lives in the rainforests of South America.
- The gliding leaf frog spends much of its time climbing vines and branches.
- Gliding leaf frogs are nocturnal, and only leave the canopy to mate or when under threat.
- The gliding leaf frog can glide to the forest floor using its webbed hands as a parachute.
Gliding Leaf Frog
This is the gliding leaf frog, and he uses a very peculiar mode of travel to reach the canopy floor.
Living in the dense tropical forests of South America, the gliding leaf frog spends most of the time climbing vines and branches.
Nocturnal creatures, they only descend to the ...
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