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Bicolored Frog

Jun 21 2012

Bicolored Frog (Clinotarsus curtipes or Rana curtipes) This is a Near Threatened species of frog that is endemic to the Western Ghats in South-West India. I’ve always seen it under rich rainforest canopy in the leaf litter where its camouflage makes it difficult to spot…unless it moves.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2012

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Bicolored Frog

Jun 21 2012

Bicolored Frog (Clinotarsus curtipes or Rana curtipes) This is a Near Threatened species of frog that is endemic to the Western Ghats in South-West India. I’ve always seen it under rich rainforest canopy in the leaf litter where its camouflage makes it difficult to spot…unless it moves.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2012

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Bicolored Frog

Jun 21 2012

Bicolored Frog (Clinotarsus curtipes or Rana curtipes) This is a Near Threatened species of frog that is endemic to the Western Ghats in South-West India. I’ve always seen it under rich rainforest canopy in the leaf litter where its camouflage makes it difficult to spot…unless it moves.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2012

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Bicolored Frog

Jun 21 2012

Bicolored Frog (Clinotarsus curtipes or Rana curtipes) This is a Near Threatened species of frog that is endemic to the Western Ghats in South-West India. I’ve always seen it under rich rainforest canopy in the leaf litter where its camouflage makes it difficult to spot…unless it moves.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2012

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Green Vine Snake

Jun 21 2012

Green Vine Snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) This is a mildly-venomous snake that has a distribution across India. This snake has binocular vision owing to its horizontal eye slits (compared to vertical in most other snakes). When threatened, the snake opens its mouth wide and breaks into a checkered pattern with an intention of looking bigger than it actually is.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2011

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Green Vine Snake

Jun 21 2012

Green Vine Snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) This is a mildly-venomous snake that has a distribution across India. This snake has binocular vision owing to its horizontal eye slits (compared to vertical in most other snakes). When threatened, the snake opens its mouth wide and breaks into a checkered pattern with an intention of looking bigger than it actually is.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2011

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Green Vine Snake

Jun 21 2012

Green Vine Snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) This is a mildly-venomous snake that has a distribution across India. This snake has binocular vision owing to its horizontal eye slits (compared to vertical in most other snakes). When threatened, the snake opens its mouth wide and breaks into a checkered pattern with an intention of looking bigger than it actually is.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2011

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Green Vine Snake

Jun 21 2012

Green Vine Snake (Ahaetulla nasuta) This is a mildly-venomous snake that has a distribution across India. This snake has binocular vision owing to its horizontal eye slits (compared to vertical in most other snakes). When threatened, the snake opens its mouth wide and breaks into a checkered pattern with an intention of looking bigger than it actually is.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2009

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King Cobra

Jun 21 2012

King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah) The longest venomous snake in the world, the King Cobra is an elusive snake found in the rainforests of Agumbe. It’s diet consists almost entirely of other snakes. It is the only snake in the world that builds a nest.   Photographed in Agumbe in June 2011

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