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Hyla minuta, a male minute tree frog climbing up a leaf. Tree frogs live in trees & bushes near to a body of water. Their arboreal existence has caused them to develop specialised 'toes' to assist in climbing; their digits have expanded discs at their tips, which assist in gripping branches. This frog was found on the Caribbean island of Tobago, but their range extends to Trinidad & South America.
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