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Fisherman finds live frog inside fish's mouth

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Angus James snapped this photo just before the green tree frog jumped out. Angus James snapped this photo just before the green tree frog jumped out.
AUSTRALIA - A fisherman in Australia had an unexpected surprise when he discovered a tree frog inside the mouth of the fish he had just caught.

According to GrindTV, Angus James thought the green frog was grass at first until it blinked. James snapped a quick photo before the frog jumped out of the fish’s mouth.

You can read GrindTV’s full article here.

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