These beautiful frogs have become a very popular pet species in recent years. They are grass-green colored, usually with a creamy colored line running from the jaw along the flanks. Green tree frogs can be housed in a large, unheated aquarium, out of direct sunlight. You may also want to get them a fluorescent tube light for localized heat which they will like to hang out on for hours. They will eat the usual insect diet: crickets, moths, flies, etc. Males make a really loud noise that's a bit like quacking, which is sometimes known as a "rain call" because they tend to make a lot of noise after warm rains, but which can also be stimulated by external noises.
Exhibit: Flint River Gallery