The coquí is a very tiny tree frog only about one inch long with a high pitched voice. It is only found in Puerto Rico and it is the island's mascot. Some coquíes look green, some brown, and some kind of yellow. Actually they are translucent. The coquíes begin to sing "co-quí, co-quí, co-quí" when the sun goes down and don't stop until the morning when their song changes to "co-quí-quí-quí-quí, co-quí-quí-quí-quí, co-quí-quí-quí-quí." Puerto Ricans love the sound of their beloved coquí.
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