We just posted about the discovery of 10 new amphibian species discovered in Colombia. Now a dozen new species have been documented in India — in the mountains called the Western Ghats, or Sahyadri Hills, along the west coast of India. Click here to see photos. And smile.
February 8, 2009
It’s a freaky, fabulous February for frogs, this time in IndiaPosted by pleasecroak under Uncategorized | Tags: Amphibian, amphibian extinction, biodiversity, colombia, Frog, India, kani, Nasikabatrachidae, Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis, new species, Nyctibatrachus minimus, Philautus travancoricus, purple frog, Travancore bushfrog |
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