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Frog Rides Fish, Changes How We View Hitchhiking (PHOTOS)

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Perhaps forgetting that it is amphibious -- or just too lazy to swim -- a frog leaped on the back of a goldfish and stayed on for the ride. The fish wriggled in an attempt to shake off the passenger, but the frog reportedly held on.

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This extraordinary scene took place in the Bournemouth, England, pond of 70-year-old Andree Siwadi, who eventually lifted the frog off the distressed fish.

"I have never seen anything like it before and I have lived in the countryside all my life, I have no idea why it was doing it," she told Bournemouth News.

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The animal kingdom is apparently full of hitchhikers, and tortoises seem to be among the popular vehicles. We'd be really impressed if one of the nonhuman ride-seekers held out a thumb -- or something of the like -- first.

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