Chameleon Frog

The Gray Tree Frog (Hyla versicolor), 

also known as the Eastern Gray Tree Frog, is a fascinating amphibian found in North America. Its Latin name "versicolor" refers to its ability to change color, much like a chameleon, her name "Chameleon Frog" is referring to it. This small tree frog typically measures around 1.5 to 2 inches in length and displays a mottled gray or greenish-gray coloration, providing effective camouflage among trees and shrubs.

Known for its remarkable color-changing capabilities as a survival adaptation, the Gray Tree Frog can shift its skin color from gray to green depending on its surroundings. This ability helps it blend into various environments, earning it the nickname "chameleon frog." Additionally, these tree frogs possess adhesive toe pads that enable them to climb and cling onto vegetation with ease.

The ability to change color is however not confined to this species only. Many  frogs can change their color too.