A toad caught a beetle and ended up spitting it out, apparently because the beetle was not to his liking.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Toads are also picky eaters?

A netizen recorded a toad biting an oncoming beetle. However, the food in its mouth might not be what it wanted. The toad spit out the beetle, and then knocked the beetle down as if venting anger and revenge. The interesting picture aroused discussion .

The original PO shared this funny picture on "Reddit"; there was a toad waiting for the food to approach on the concrete platform of the pond, and a black beetle didn't notice the abnormality, and crawled all the way towards the toad. The toad first stood still and waited for the beetle After entering the "range" of its tongue, it launched a surprise attack and successfully captured the prey in its mouth.

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It opened its mouth to catch the beetle. I don’t know if the beetle’s self-defense mechanism worked or it was too bad. The toad opened its mouth exaggeratedly and “poohed” the beetle. Xiao Xiao, as if wanting revenge, swung the beetle vigorously with his forefoot, and let it fall to the concrete platform.

The behavior of this toad is so humane that netizens laughed when they saw the video, "It looks like a baby loses his temper when he eats something he hates", "When you thought it was a chocolate biscuit, you bit it down and found it was an oatmeal raisin", " Toad: "Fuck you hard-shelled vermin!"".

A toad caught a beetle and ended up spitting it out, apparently because the beetle was not to his liking.

(Flipping Reddit)