Photo: World Wildlife Fund

    Love a Frog

    These insectivores live 50 feet or more above the ground in the rainforests of Central and South America. The red-eyed tree frog lays its eggs in a gelatin base on the underside of leaves. After a week or two, the tadpoles hatch and wiggle until they drop into a pool of water below, where they become frogs. Red-eyed tree frogs are threatened by habitat loss.

    For every website we build, Double Fox Websites adopts an endangered animal in our client’s name. Our goal is to help these beautiful creatures, one foxy website at a time.

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