Published On: July 10th, 2024Categories: Florida News

Invasive Cuban tree frogs are gobbling up Florida's native wildlife

Cuban tree frogs can hide in your toilet, in your gutters, in crevasses around your yard.

On warm nights, they hang on walls and windows near lighted areas and wait for insects to eat. They’ve adapted to living among humans — and have been known to jump on people as they enter and exit their homes at night.

The non-native frogs can lay up to 1,000 eggs during the spring and summer months, especially after heavy rains. They remain tadpoles for only a few weeks before they morph into frogs,…

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