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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
For Examination from 2012
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Section A: Reading
Read this magazine article about choices people may consider if they want to select a tree frog
as a pet.
The obvious choices when starting out with tree frogs are the large and
White’s tree frog,
or maybe the iconic red-eyed tree frog for more experienced keepers. However, if you’re looking
for something more unusual and yet relatively hardy and straightforward to look after, the
American green tree frog is well worth
. Captive-bred specimens of this species
can often be obtained through exotic pet retailers or specialist breeders, and make charming
Originating from the sub-tropical climates of the south-eastern United States, extending from
North Carolina through to Florida and Louisiana, this is a bold and gregarious little frog that is
typically found in areas of ponds lakes, or in the flood-plain meadows and swamp lands.
Slighter and smaller than its European cousin, the American green tree frog is medium-sized,
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