TikTok of green frogs in Australia Outback toilet splits the internet

More than a dozen frogs were spread across the toilet bowl. Photo/Kimberly Bulmer Jobe via TikTok

An amazing clip of an Australian woman from a remote toilet full of green tree frogs has stunned the internet. Melbourne traveler Kimberley Bulmer Jobe took to TikTok to share the unique experience while exploring the Northern Territory.

“This is exactly why I love the Australian outback,” she wrote, sharing a clip of an unexpected group of frogs seeking refuge in the toilet bowl of an isolated mobile park.

Her extraordinary footage has garnered more than a million views and thousands of comments from stunned users all over the world.

“Why are you touching it with your bare hands!?” A shocked social media user wrote.

Another agreed: “No amount of money can force me to touch a toilet seat.”

Others were left stunned by the footage.

“I was ready to scream and throw my phone in anticipation of one of those huge pot spiders! Frogs are adorable,” one woman wrote.


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Serious question: Why do frogs raid your toilets in Australia? added another.

Earlier this year, Joby shared footage of the same green tree frogs and revealed the heartbreaking story behind them.

“A few weeks ago I began my journey around the Australian Outback, a vast, uninhabited and barren region,” she revealed.

“I stayed in a small caravan park with a small toilet. The green tree frogs made one of these toilets their home and lived there for many years.

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“In remote areas, wildlife reigns supreme and lives in the strangest of places, like these frogs and their toilet.


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“It is critical that we do not remove any wildlife from their home if they are endangered.”

She explained that the toilet was the only source of water and served as a shelter from deadly predators such as snakes.

These green tree frogs are a protected species and it is illegal to interfere with them.

But a woman decided to pour harmful chemicals on these frogs, which led to their death.

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“I took it upon myself to rescue as many (37) as I could and kept them inside the shower cabin which was the closest thing to their home.”

After the woman left, she took them both back to the toilet and gave a stern word to the critics.


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“If you don’t know how Outback works here in Australia, please don’t judge how we treat wildlife.

“I haven’t been allowed (or) thought about moving these frogs since I’ve been here in the desert. The frogs are clearly not going to survive.

“I am offended by the ruling of non-Australians and I ask for your respect for my country as I do for other countries.”


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