The exotic tree frog was found at the Asda store in Murray Street, Llanelli, Wales last Monday after travelling from Colombia. The frog - now named Asda - likely survived by slowing down its metabolism.
Staff at an Asda supermarket found an exotic frog in a bunch of bananas after it made a 5,000-mile journey from Colombia to south Wales.
It is believed the creature survived the long journey into a cooler climate without food or drink by slowing down its metabolism, as amphibians are able to do.
Columbia is the UK's biggest supplier of bananas, with hundreds of thousands of tonnes of the fruit making the journey each year.
The frog, now named Asda in honour of his rescuers, has now been transferred to specialist animal centre Silent World To You in Haverfordwest.
Staff at the centre, where he will live in a humid environment, believe he is a banana tree frog - although said it can be difficult to identify frog species.