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Giant Tree Frogs

Giant tree frogs are the largest known tree frogs. Each one can grow up to 5.5 inches (14 centimeters) long. Sticky pads on their fingers and toes help them climb trees. They lay their eggs in the water (at bottom). Tadpoles hatch from the eggs, gradually grow legs, and then move to land and become adult frogs.

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