gray tree frogs
by : Elizabeth
gray tree frogs live in moist places.They also live in woodlands and swamps near water and pine barrens.
A gray tree frog eats moths, tree crickets, ants, flies, grasshoppers and beatles
A gray tree frog is about two inches long and is green gray or brown. They can also be a solid color they can change colors in seconds.
Gray tree frogs become darker when cold.
They freeze in winter and when the tempature warms up the tree frog returns to the trees.