The red-eyed tree frog has bulging red eyes, and hence, is named so. It is bright green in color with shades of blue, and is found mainly in the lowland tropical rainforest of Veracruz and Oaxaca, Costa Rica, Columbia, and Panama. It prefers a habitat that has warm temperature and high levels of humidity. In captivity, it should be placed in a well-ventilated enclosure. A 10-gallon aquarium, which can also hold some amount of water, is usually considered perfect. You can create a substrate by using a mixture of soil and peat moss.