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The Hump-nosed Pit Viper is one of the venomous snakes found in India. It is a perfect example of camouflage since they lay perfectly still in ambush amidst the forest floor and feed on Geckos, Rodents, Skinks, Reptile Eggs, and Frogs.
Rainforest and Evergreen forest of Agumbe which is a part of the Western Ghats. A whopping 87% of all Western Ghat frogs are endemic and found nowhere else in the world. It is also recognized as one of the world’s eight hottest hotspots' of biological diversity, inscribed in the UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites list in July 2012