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Florida was once a healthy ecosystem.
But then, the invasive Cuban treefrog was accidentally brought to the area, probably by cargo ships.
How Can I Help?!?
The Cuban treefrog is native to Cuba, the Bahamas, Isla de la Juventud, and the Cayman Islands. Its thick skin protects it from predators and a single female can lay up to 15,000 eggs per season!
I want YOU to report Cuban treefrog sightings!
It is destroying the ecosystem as it competes with the native species. It eats the native frogs and other species, sometimes even snakes.
We are the only line of defense against the Cuban treefrog. The frogs should be humanely euthanized and their eggs destroyed.
Sightings of the Cuban treefrog have come from as far away as Canada. This treefrog is rapidly moving to new areas. Report sightings immediately!
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