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The Red-yed tree frog, also known as Agalychnis Callidryas, lives in lowland tropical rainforests where there are high amounts of humidity. Their diet consists of insects, spiders, plants, and algae. Although the species is not endangered it had been confirmed that the population has been decreasing in the last few years due to overpopulation of predators and lack of habitat due to deforestation and the rising of water levels. To combat this the species will have to adapt to their future habitat, a land with fewer trees and more water. I believe that the most efficient way would be for them to remain in the part of their lifecycle where they have not yet absorbed their tail but have grown their legs. This would allow the Red-eyed tree frog to survive better on both land and water opening up its selection of food to underwater plants.