Which animals can swim up your toilet?
Frogs and lizards are less likely visitors to your home’s plumbing, but that doesn’t mean you’ll never see them! Lizards are more likely to show up as someone’s lost pet. Like the snakes, if you find a lizard in your bathroom or toilet, contact animal control for removal.Frogs are amphibious, which means they can live on both land and water. However, frogs typically don’t stray too far from water as they need it to keep their skin moist. A frog is more likely to enter your plumbing through a gap or crack in the pipes, so if you find a frog in your toilet, it’s likely time to contact a plumber.