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Endemic to South Western India (
Endemic to Western
Amboli toad has been categorised as Critically Endangered (CR) by IUCN Red List
The dark maroon frilled beauty with hard and glossy texture
The second image is of eggs
This image was taken in Amboli, Maharsahtra, India.
The image was taken at Amboli, Maharashtra, India.
Individual was hopping from one tree to another in search
Found mostly in Western
Its one of the most lethal species
This species is not be confused with Green Vine Snake ( Oxybelis fulgidus ) ...
Resident - found through out the year.
The eggs hatched were incubated for 23 days and the chick emerged. Feeding its ...
A small herb with blue to light purplish colored flowers.
one of the key species which highlights ...
The Southern Birdwing is a large and striking Swallowtail butterfly. With a ...
The particular individual was about 12 feet in length and had swallowed monitor ...
venomous snakes that belong to colubrids. This is an endemic snake found only ...
collectors and is a highlight of many ...
It was on a monsoon night in one of the ...
by side of the road on a culvert at ...
Malabar Grey Hornbill in endemic to this region (
trance and lucky to b there with a camera for this unexpected scene
A very large colourful grasshopper.
Chocolate Albatross, Appias lyncida is a butterfly
species. The species is more common in the
the horns, which bends forward, causing a deep hollow in the profile
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