Australian Angler Ruins Jungle Perch's Lunch, Saves Frog's Life

He had a frog in his throat. Literally.

Angler Angus James was fishing in Australia's northern Queensland when he hooked into a good-sized jungle perch. When Mr. James went to remove the lure from the perch's mouth, he noticed a live green tree frog staring back at him.

"I was shocked. I thought it might have been grass at first, then it blinked," James detailed. "I always carry a camera so I took the pic and then he jumped out."

James submitted his crazy photo capture to Reptiles magazine which posted the oddity on its Facebook page.

I've certainly never seen anything like that. Have you?

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