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Amero-Australian Treefrogs: Hylidae


Most Amero-Australian treefrogs live in rainforests or in other warm, moist forests. Some rainforests around the Amazon River in South America are home to more than 40 different species from this family. Numerous other species, however, live in cooler areas like the forests of the northern United States and Canada. Some treefrogs prefer drier spots, such as grassy fields and even deserts. The majority of treefrogs live up to their name and live in trees or at least on plants. Some, especially those that live in dry areas, may live on the ground or underground.

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