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Red-eyed tree frog's adaptation right now is camouflage because of their green skin they blend in well with rainforest leaves. They are amphibians like all frogs. They start out as a tadpole and become frogs. The future adaptation will still be camouflage but they will have to have different colors because of deforestation. Deforestation would bring down trees which are their home. They will get bigger, around the size of a rock. Their skin color will change to brown to match the forest floor.