Even after being eaten by a fish, this frog refused to croak.
Over the weekend, angler Angus James was out catch-and-release fishing in North Queensland, Australia when he hooked a Jungle Perch -- and inadvertently aided in one tenacious amphibian's incredible story of survival.
As James prepared to remove the hook and release the fish back into the water, he spotted what had been the animal's last meal still clinging to life inside its throat.
"I was pulling the lure out of its mouth and there was this little frog staring up at me," he told the Cairns Post. "I was shocked. I thought it might have been grass at first, then it blinked."
James, of course, had to capture photographic evidence to confirm the unbelievable fish story -- giving the frog an opportunity to escape its incredibly close call.
"I always carry a camera so I took the pic and then he jumped out," says James