Did you know… red eyed tree frogs (Agalyochnis Callidryas) lay their eggs on foliage on the edge of ponds so when they hatch the tadpoles can fall into the water? Read about it in Smithsonian and Air & Space Magazine Archive. Check it out or call your rep for more information.
About the Author
Susan is a “beach” girl at heart. She has a degree in Child Development and Sociology from Albion College and is a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan, even when they’re losing!