The red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) is one of those animals that’s so iconic and photogenic just about everybody has seen one. They are native to southern Mexico, throughout Central America and northern South America, and spend most of their lives in trees close to waterways. These photos were from a pet animal I had years ago.
In captivity, they like tall terraria with lots of leaves and branches to climb on and a largish bowl of water at the base. If breeding, it’s a good idea to set up a “rain chamber” for them, to simulate the rainy season which triggers breeding. They also seem to do best in groups of several males to one female. Maybe the competition inspires them to mate. Their call sounds a bit like “chuckling.”