By Tom Gillespie @TomGillespie1
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The colourful amphibian was also spotted peering through a hole in a leaf - which served as a handy window as the frog eyed up potential meals.
The blue-webbed flying tree frog was photographed in Jakarta, Indonesia, by amateur photographer Andri Priyadi.
With its blue skin and orange underbelly, the frog’s tiny size was clear when it was photographed standing on top of the snail.
Indonesian graphic designer Andri said: "I was in the park when I saw a frog was riding on a snail shell, not thinking I instantly captured the moment.
“This photo was taken after the rain stopped.”
The species, commonly known as flying frogs, can be found in trees and in damp areas.
Their long-webbed toes allow them to glide through the air should they fall from a tree.
The images were taken in February, but have only surfaced now after Andri chose to share them with the media.