Amazon Milk Frog

Trachycephalus resinifictrix

The Amazon milk frog spends its entire life cycle in the tropical rainforest canopy. During breeding season, males stake out water-filled tree holes and call for mates. About 2,000 eggs are laid in the water as a result of a successful mating, which hatch into tadpoles by the next day.

Fact File

where to see themWhere to see them: Reptile House
lengthLength: 2.5 to 4 in
lifespanLifespan: Up to 25 yrs
habitatHabitat: Tropical rainforest
dietDiet: Insects, spiders, and other small animals