Author(s): Rebecca Johnson
In Tree-Frog Tangles, a red-eyed tree-frog, from her home in the treetops, hears a wonderful sound. She sets out to find the source but is side-tracked by the interesting noises made by other frogs as she journeys through the forest. Red-eyed tree-frogs live in leafy foliage high in the trees of wet coastal forests in eastern Australia. They have special pads on their fingers and toes that help them to climb. After heavy rain, males call from lower branches and large groups gather in flooded areas to breed.