When frogs drop from about seven feet, not only do they land on their back, but they die.
I know these things.
Yesterday afternoon I opened the front door to fetch the mail. As I did, I saw something drop and go "plop" on the stoop. I will be honest and admit I thought some critter was attacking me in the nanosecond before the sickening splat on the porch. I am pretty sure cause of death was froggy-type guts coming out of frog mouth -- if you are looking for a technical description.
Poking it with my shoe likely did not help. There was no stick handy to do stick science. The frog was dead certainly by the time I
The neighbor's cat will probably eat it.