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The Red Eyed Tree Frog lives in the tropical rainforests of Southern Mexico and Central America. Red Eyed Tree Frogs are amphibians and are amazing climbers, which helps them navigate the habitat they live in. Currently, their habitat is warm and humid with temperatures usually not exceeding 85 degrees Fahrenheit. With rising temperatures, the species would need to adapt to living in a warmer climate by becoming more amphibious and staying near water at all times. The frog's feet would also shrink and become webbed to improve their swimming ability. Their color would also probably change from the current green to a blue color to blend in with their surroundings. Luckily, the Red Eyed Tree Frogs' diet is so diverse it would not need to change much, they currently eat crickets, moths, flies, and grasshoppers, but will eat other insects and even small frogs.