Green tree frogs are quickly climbing the food chain, dining on rats and even snakes. And when they're not eating, they're hopping into some kinky positions.
SOUTH Grafton's Bev Metcalf was right to describe this tangle of amphibian legs, torsos and grinning faces as a “threesome”.
WHAT is smooth, can be found hiding in damp and dark places, can leap huge distances and no matter how many times you kiss it, will never turn into a prince?
IT was a rare sight that captivated Roy and Dawn Edwards at their one-acre Urraween home - a bright green snake with its jaws around a bright green frog.