The Reed family is used to finding frogs and toads in weird places. They once found one in their bathroom sink early in the morning (thanks to the yells of a teenager), and once even found one in the bottom of their washer after washing a load of clothes (yes it survived the spin cycle). The latest instance also left them scratching their head, when they found this tree frog hiding near the hinge of the door inside their vehicle. It traveled from home to work, before they discovered it, and there’s no way to know how long it had been there, or why or how it maneuvered into that position. “It must have wanted a ride to a greener tree,” they said.
This is not the first time an animal has made themselves at home in or around their vehicle. Earlier this summer we printed a photo of a baby groundhog underneath their vehicle, snuggled up against a tire.