British Columbia, Canada
Posted Apr 04, 2010
I ended up rescuing 3 cuban tree frogs from a person who was housing them with Whites Tree Frogs. For those of you who don't know, mixing different species of frogs in one tank can be lethal. Cuban Tree Frogs are not easily handled, they are skittish and jumpy. They have appetites that are bigger then their mouths, and often try to eat fingers if they get close enough. (Don't worry they have no teeth.) These guys are nocturnal, and are very active and entertaining to watch at night, especially if they are hunting. Cuban tree frogs are great look, but don't touch kind of pets.