Mature tree frogs primarily eat insects, while tadpoles are herbivorous. Tree frogs are a large and diverse group of frogs, most but not all of which are tree-dwelling. The type species, against which others are compared... More »

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Tree frogs are different species of frogs that spend most of their lifespans on trees. They have evolved in such a way that they rarely, if ever, need to leave their arboreal state. More »

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Tree frogs live all over the world except for Antarctica. The amphibians are found in trees, ponds, lakes and other moisture-prone areas. More »

The main staples in the salamander's diet are insects, spiders and worms, but salamanders are opportunistic feeders and eat most animals that are appropriately sized. Larger salamanders are able to eat some fish, crabs, ... More »

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Anoles eat live insects and other invertebrates, such as moths, spiders and crickets. Owners can sprinkle "gut load" powder over their food before giving it to them. In addition, keep in mind that the health of the crick... More »

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Adult amphibians are meat-eaters, and they prey on a variety of insects, worms, slugs, water snails and even small mice. As tadpoles, amphibians are herbivores that feed mostly on moss and other plants found on nearby ro... More »

The spotted salamander's diet consists of insects, worms, slugs, spiders and millipedes. Despite bright yellow or orange spots along its black body and a life span of up to 20 years, the species is rarely seen by humans,... More »