Acquired: Pet store
Posted Oct 08, 2014
In my experience American Green Tree Frogs are more for observing than handling. I have lost a couple just by not keeping a sharp eye on them, and they have a tendency to get into tight spaces where it's difficult to retrieve them. They also like to hide on the underside of leaves in their cage. However, they are very interesting to watch interact and hop around when they do, and they get along well with other reptiles. I had some toads and some Green Anole lizards sharing the cage with them and they were all very happy together.