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Spiny-headed Tree Frog Puzzle Details:

About: In today's animal themed puzzle we feature a cute Spiny-headed tree frog sitting on a small branch. Also known as spiny-headed treefrog, spinyhead treefrog, coronated treefrog, or the crowned hyla, this cute amphibian lives in lowland rainforests and montane humid forests in Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, and southern Mexico. The spiny-headed tree frog has long and slender legs and it's digits have adhesive discs at the tips. The adhesive discs help it climb trees and other obstacles.
Image Source / Credits: Smithsonian Institution

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