The End Of A Legend
Today in 1758 in Connecticut, the legendary frog Smishy - who traveled all the way from Florida to Connecticut, brought the warring factions of Connecticut frogs into a peaceful single tribe that still exists today, and set the speed record for swimming across Lake Lillinonah - ate a bug, leapt off a lily pad, swam across a pond, navigated a field of wildflowers, narrowly escaped the talons of a hawk, jumped onto a dirt trail, and was run over by Reverend Smith's horse and wagon.
Of course, there is no written record of this event. Frogs use a system of oral history, typically songs handed down from generation to generation. Most humans ignore these songs, but I just happen to be fluent in frog.