So my family went on a weeklong camping trip to the everglades last week. We got back late thursday night and late, eventually saturday evening rolled around and as i was stepping out oof my car i noticed a small frog on the footstep of my car. I looked it up online, since ive never seen a frog like this around here before and realized that its an american green tree frog. Now this is what really confused me, it said they only live south of the carolinas? i live in cleveland ohio. Is it possible that this frog could have clinged to a part of the car while i was inflorida and once it got up north, it was too cold for the frog so it just sorta chilled in that same place? and since i couldnt release it back into the wild here, i took it inside and created a small enclosure for it. I tried feeding him sevel fruit flies, but the next morning they were still there. Hes a pretty smll car, only about 2 inches. What else should i try?
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