That’s One Way to Explore a Frog’s Digestive Tract
There’s a beetle called Regimbartia attenuata, that knows a neat trick. The water scavenger beetle, can survive being eaten by a frog. Scientists did an experiment, where they let frogs eat the aquatic bugs, then observed as they wiggled out the frog’s butt, hours later. One speedy beetle escaped in only 7 minutes!