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Blue eyed bush frog

Raorchestes luteolus


A beautiful blue eyed bush frog. The blue rim in its eyes was just amazing. Hoping to see these species again this year during the monsoons.

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medusasnakes123 7 years ago

GREAT SPOTTING, this should probably become a SOTD!!! (Spotting Of The Day.)

KarthikAk 7 years ago

Thank you Karen for the fun fact!

KarthikAk 7 years ago

Thank you guys!

RobThacker 7 years ago

Nice shot! I love the way frogs look like they know something about you that you don't want anyone else to know.

rams4d 7 years ago

Nice shot

KarenL 7 years ago

Fun fact! Only male frogs croak – they do so to advertise their readiness to mate to nearby females, and to warn other males away from their territory. Male frogs have vocal sacs (a flexible membrane of skin in their throat area) that act as resonators, much like the hollow body of a drum, enabling them to produce a volume of sound far out of proportion to their tiny bodies. By forcing air into the sac from the lungs, then back into the lungs, a frog can croak continuously, even under water!

KarthikAk 7 years ago

Thanks guys!

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 7 years ago

terrific shot!

Awesome !

DrNamgyalT.Sherpa 7 years ago

Great shot of a cute frog, Karthik!

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Karnataka, India

Spotted on Aug 25, 2013
Submitted on May 5, 2014

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