What is wrong with his/her eye?
Frogs and many amphibians have a unique eye structure. The bulging eyes and the position on top of their heads allow them to see in many directions. However, some frogs can develop eye problems due to various reasons, such as infections, injuries, parasites, or environmental factors. Common issues include cloudy eyes, redness, swelling, and abnormal behavior. If you come across a frog with eye problems, it's best to contact a local wildlife expert or a veterinarian who specializes in amphibians for guidance on how to proceed.