Photographer Angus James captured this shot. He said: "As I was pulling my lure from the fish to release back into the water, I noticed two little eyes looking back at me from inside the fish's mouth. After capturing this picture, the little green tree frog leaped straight past my head onto the nearest tree. It was one of the coolest things I have seen in my life! This is one lucky frog!" Connect with Nature! ... See MoreSee Less
Wow! What a great photographer , thanks for sharing this amazing story.
Vraiment chanceuse la tite grenouille !
Second lease on life!
Yes, VERY LUCKY frog. But the fish lost. Twice!🤣😂😆
Excellent post !
Unreal!! Lucky little guy
Cooky he could pee on you he looks like a cheeky one
He could have croaked!
Kermit had a close call!
Wow! What a great story! 👍
Wow!!!!! Soooo amazing!
Saving the frog is the coolest! but the fish is likely handicapped for life after having a hook jerked from it mouth and may eventually starve to death. So catch and release is not necessarily a cool thing to do
Evolution is an amazing thing. Take the Venus Flytrap for instance. Over millions of years, the plant evolved to grow its flowers well above the main plant so bees that landed on the flowers did not get 'accidentally' eaten - which would have led to the plant not getting pollinated and eventually dying. So that resulted in an abnormaly longer stem than other plants like it. Nature finds a way. Connect with Nature! ... See MoreSee Less
Madagascar has many wild and wonderful critters. This is a male stick insect called 'Achrioptera fallax'. They are masters of camouflage... and you can see why! Follow for more GREAT stories of nature! ... See MoreSee Less