I caught a little frog the other day, with my trusty butterfly net from Dollar Tree.
I don't know what it is, but I can get quite fascinated by frogs.
And, when the opportunity presents itself, I can't help but try to catch and observe them.
It wasn't very big,but I found out that even frogs that size were quite strong and had pretty powerful hind legs,
as evidenced by this rip in the plastic wrap ( with holes poked in it, of course. Doh ).
So now it is either stealthily living in the house somewhere, feeding on various and sundry insects, or it's ended up in one of the dogs' or cats' gullet.
I was quite sad to see it go as I hadn't "observed" it as much as I would have liked to, but a few weeks later, I caught another frog!
This one was much bigger - adult sized, but after a couple of days, I let it go. I wouldn't want to be trapped like that, and it'd have a longer life being free. MAYBE.