Frog Eats Snake

This creature was identified as a White's tree frog. Outside the continent, it’s known as an Australian green tree frog (Litoria caerulea). It’s hard to tell from the context, but they say these frogs get pretty big -up to four inches long. That probably comes from eating nutritious things like snakes. Redditor marvnation snapped this photograph in his backyard in Victoria, Australia. He now regrets not taking a video.

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Once trout fishing in a small stream in the northern Catskills with my son, he caught a 10" native brook trout. The trout's lower body was quite extended. I wondered what it had eaten. Cutting it open we found a water snake that was longer than the trout. Those trout were really wild.
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