Glass frogs have expanded digit tips that aid in climbing, and this trait allows most to live in trees or shrubs along forest streams.They live along rivers and streams during the breeding season, and are particularly diverse in montane cloud forests of Central and South America.As the Earth's weather changes, some of the forests where glass frogs live are becoming too dry, making life difficult for the frogs, as well as other plants and animals. By watching the glass frogs, scientists can learn what impact global warming has on these forests and the amazing species that inhabit them.They like to eat small insects that they can catch. This includes spiders, ants, crickets, moths, flies, and tiny bugs that crawl along the tree branches.If they don't have that then they cant survive.
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