I know that you won't believe this...but it's true. I was getting ready to go somewhere a few days ago and was in the bathroom putting on my makeup. All of a sudden I heard this splashing and gurgling coming from the toilet. I didn't know what to think so I cautiously walked over to have a peek. All of a sudden from the hole in the toilet out plopped and huge frog. Now I know I was freaking out and you don't think it was that big, but it was. The first thing I did was scream and then I shut the lid. Next, I wondered what I was going to do. I didn't want to flush it back down as I was sure it would come up again at an inopportune time, if you know what I mean. I called my friend whose husband is a plumber and she laughed and told me she wasn't sending someone out for a frog. She said, "Just catch it." She hadn't seen it. It was bigger than my hand. Finally I decided I had to do something. I went to the kitchen and got a quart sized Stonyfield Farm yogurt container. I carefully opened the lid and yes, she was still there. I slipped the trap over the frog, Oh my goodness, she was so big her legs were hanging out. Slapping the lid on as good as I could I rushed outside and let her go. Since then I have found out that she was probably a Cuban Treefrog, and probably a female since they grow to be as big as six inches long. I wonder how long she had been down there? I know this sounds crazy, but I had heard croaking for weeks echoing from the toilet. I knew it was a frog, but I though they must be under the house, maybe near a pipe. I read that they get in the toilet through the vent pipe on the roof. I have also found out that she is not a welcome visitor in Florida. One other very important thing I have learned is to turn on the light and check the toilet when you get up in the middle of the night.