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Red-eyed tree frogs are found in tropical rainforests with high humidity and warm daytime and nighttime temperatures. They feed predominately on crickets, moths, flies, and grasshoppers but eat other insects and even tiny frogs. Mating takes place on the underside of a leaf hanging above a water source so that when the eggs hatch, the tadpoles will drop into the water. The frog will have a darker color for its eyes to scare off enemies more effectively since in the future predators will advance. The blue mark under its legs will be gone and changed to white since it is less visible and the frog does not have to hide it to avoid predators. The frog also will be more green to blend in the environment better. The froig will develop poison, and over time the predator will know not to eat it.