I Went out the water the plants a couple days ago, and peeked for a moment into my newest N. Miranda pitcher (Since the last one rotted due to a cockroach or two which found their way into, but not back out of the pitcher.)
Lo and behold, there is was the body of something large in there. A skink, a small dark lizard I often see around my house. I kind of like them, so i was feeling bad for it.
Anyway, i went inside to get my Looooong tweezers to try to pull it out of the pitcher to prevent rotting. When i got back, i was stunned. I looked back into the pitcher, reaching in with the tweezers, and... The skink was there staring back. It was ALIVE!
I tipped the pitcher on its side, to see if he would scramble out, to get out of its pit trap. (DC 10 Athletics Check, for all you geeks out there :P)
Lo and behold again!
It clambered up to the pitchers edge, and peered out towards the free world again.
I held the pitcher like this for a few seconds, before trying to re-angle it so it could exit onto the pot, or onto a leaf instead of diving the foot or so drop onto the ground.
It immediately dived back into the pitcher; only its tail was showing.
It seemed to be perfectly happy down in the pitcher!!! I can only guess there must have been some air pocket down inside the upward turn of the pitcher, that the skink was breathing from. I turned the pitcher partially on its side, and left it like that so the skink could get out if it wanted to. When i returned later that day, it was gone.