Look under the Daisy Mum to the right see the belly of the frog and the end of the snake on the left?
Now look by the 4th Iris blade from the left..
Here you can see the snake is biting on the lower part of the back of the frog. This one will enlarge.
Now they are on the left side of the Daisy Mum. That snake was trying his best to hold his bite on that frog and that frog was squirming and moving all around trying to get away.
Finally the frog got away from the snake....
He is quite swollen though, can you tell?
What kind of snake is this, do you think the frog got poisoned or just hurt? I don't know how non-poisonous snakes kill their prey unless they just hold the bite until the critter dies? The snake and the frog stayed still for about 10 minutes then I left. Of course as soon as I returned from the store I drove straight to the flower bed, they were both gone. My watering flowers is finished for today until my husband gets home.