The European Tree frog displays a considerable decline and extinction in the West and Central Europe. It is caused by loss of breeding habitats, habitat isolation and fragmentation, pollution and collecting by people, as well as climate changes.
He had disappeared due to loss of habitat, but now are they back in some parts of Holland!
These little frogs are very tiny (about 4.5 cm at max) And despite being called a tree frog, they are preferring scrubby bushes and meadows. They live off of a diet consisting of arthropods, and avoid their fishy nemeses at all costs.