We usually return from holiday with a case full of souvenirs or duty-free airport buys - but one woman in Nottinghamshire returned home with something a little out of the ordinary...
This stowaway South African river frog travelled more than 8,000 miles from it's native home, to the village of Darlton last week.
The RSPCA were called when he hopped out of the woman's suitcase.
The frog has been taken to a local farm with specialist facilities for exotic animals, but can't be released into the wild as it's not a native species.
He'll remain in captivity with specialist care.
The animal welfare charity says it often receives calls from tourists who have returned home with a little more than they bargained for: