My sister found this tiny juvenile frog clinging onto the wall in her room one slightly rainy night. She thought its just one of those common toads you see outside but when I took a look, I realized it was actually a tiny tree frog, probably a juvenile. Here's a shot of me 'shaking hands' with it. You can figure out the size of the treefrog as well.
As I do so everytime I find a creature indoors, I took it out and snapped a few photographs of the frog on various spots. Here are some of the best photos.
What surprises me most about this frog was -well yes, its the first time I'm spotting one like him- the fact that like the stick insect, he decided to come over and look for me! I can't explain why this happens. Maybe these creatures find their way in because of the light, or maybe to stay warm and dry during the rain. Whatever it is, I sure am glad I get to spot and photograph them without having to search for hours outdoors.
I love the way he's looking up at me.
Eventually I let it climb onto a leaf which was occupied by a slug. He got on and sat ontop of the slug.