I'm sure most of you probably know this but being relatively new the the country and all it's glorious flora and fauna I was not aware.
I was relocating a bloody noisy green tree frog, in the rain last night. I wet my hands first (I had read that much) and picked him up. Now I do really love tree frogs I think they're great, so I Had a quick look at him then ran into the rain down the road to put him in some grassland there. On the way back I thought I had just got some rain in my eye, it started to sting a bit. Then it got worse and worse and OMG it hurt like hell. I'm presuming the tree frog had managed to spray some kind of toxin in my eye while I was looking at him. My daughter looked it up on Google while OH is flushing my eye out with lots and lots of water and then many vials of Systane eye drops which helped, but every time he stopped flushing, the pain came back. But yes, they can spray toxin and it says you should always wear eye protection when handling them.
Just thought I would let everyone know, in case, like me, you didn't.
This morning my eye is much better. It is still weeping a bit and a bit blurey but much much better than last night