Height: 36 in
Width: 24 in
Green tree frog with red eyes sitting inside an orchid.
Red-eyed tree frogs utilize their bold coloring as a defense mechanism called startle coloration. These frogs hide under leaves and when they are disturbed they flash their bright red eyes and orange webbed feet, hopefully causing a predator to pause long enough for the frog to escape. Despite their bright coloring, red-eyed tree-frogs are not poisonous.