This little frog, called the Coqui, has a very unique call at night and lul's you to sleep just as crickets do here. Our Mom tells us that they can only be found on the island of Puerto Rico, but we don't know if this is true. Won't you come hear them with us?
El coquí - tiny frog native to Puerto Rico. The species is named for the loud call the males make at night. The species has been introduced to the Virgin Islands, the Dominican Republic,Florida, and Hawaii.
Coqui - These amazing little creatures are only 1 inch in length, but can be heard all around Puerto Rico. They sing all night long, and are the subject of poems, songs and stories about their native land. I LOVE THEIR SONGS, I LOVE PUERTO RICO
El Yunque National Forest is located on the island of Puerto Rico. Formerly known as the Caribbean National Forest, the forest was renamed El Yunque in El Yunque is the only tropical rain forest in the United States National Forest System.