What proverb describes getting out from trouble but ending up in another one?

I remember reading something like “out from something’s mouth/jaws (like a dragon) and into another…”


It’s not a dragon, but it’s nevertheless very warm:

Out of the frying pan into the fire

The phrase out of the frying pan into the fire is used to describe the situation of moving or getting from a bad or difficult situation to a worse one, often as the result of trying to escape from the bad or difficult one.

(source: Wikipedia)

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