Red Eye vs Gliding Tree Frog!

Red Eye vs Gliding Tree Frog!

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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote catches both a Red Eye and Gliding Tree Frog!

Seizing the opportunity to compare these two often misidentified amphibians this is also the first time Coyote and the crew have ever seen the Gliders!

Known for their far sprawling leaps through the rainforest canopies it is said that these giant leaf frogs can actually glide through the air!

Get ready to see two of the most beautiful frogs in the entire world…this is Red Eye vs Gliding Tree Frog!

HUGE THANKS to Brian Kubicki for the epic drone footage and for hosting the crew at this location! To visit his amazing amphibian reserve check out his website for details –

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20 Responses

  1. BB IMPACT says:


    Love from a youtuber whos goal is to hit 8k???????????

  2. Neha Sharma says:


  3. Monki McAwesome says:

    How to start a youtube flame war:
    1. make a comment
    2. wait

  4. Andreas Sørensen says:

    Am I the only one noticing the spider underneath the leaf with the frog eggs? 4:07

  5. RJ and PAULA says:

    Brave Wilderness reminds me of The Wild Thornberrys.

    Cayote Peterson = Nigel Thornberry

  6. Stephaun Morrison says:

    1211 random people who like this will find $100,000 tomorrow!

  7. Tapu Koko says:

    As much as I like Coyote, I find his comment section is better left unread…

  8. Spill Pool says:


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  9. Keihiro San says:

    Bear grylls vs coyote peterson the puke fruit challenge.

  10. Stephanie McMahon says:

    Bear Grylls <<<<<

  11. armadilo says:

    When will coyote go all over the world.
    He’s always exploring Costa Rica.

  12. Nehemiah Snyder says:

    I couldn’t even be within 100 feet of anything from the rainforest.

  13. Sketch For Life says:

    Guys perfect strategy : *youtube­­*.*­­c­­o­­m/watch?v=v1thgau5Ers*

    Do what you can !

  14. NeonOcean24 says:

    *Sees Wandering spider then turns around and found red eye frog THEN turns around and found the gliding tree frog*

    How lucky is Coyote?

  15. Happycake 87792 OMG says:

    How do you tell the difference between a female and a male frog #askcoyote

  16. Jiehui Kwa says:

    coyote be on a real life pokemon go hunt

  17. Alex Alex says:

    Guys Perfect strategy : *youtube­­*.*­­c­­o­­m/watch?v=v1thgau5Ers*

    Do what you can !

  18. John Cusick says:

    wow looking on wiki that spider is one of the worst dangerous spiders to encounter. and yeah bad for males. foooook being in the vicinity of those. and yeah like others pointed out a spider under egg leaf. looks dead to me though. great interesting video as always from coyote and crew. thanks for the hard work and amazing nature videos! id happily hold those frogs or snakes but no way being near the spiders

  19. Joseph de los santos says:

    I always wonder if he ever stepped on one

  20. Kyra Whitlock says:

    7:49 “so we meet again, old nemesis”

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