Indian purple frog. Scientific Name: Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis. These uniquely purple frogs live in the Western Ghats of Southern India. While their.
The purple frog (Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis) is a frog species belonging to the family had been described in by Nelson Annandale and C. R. Narayan Rao as having oral suckers that allowed them to live in torrential streams.
The purple frog (or pig-nosed frog) spends much of its life underground, emerging briefly for a few days each year at the start of the monsoons to breed.
Purple Frog. Unlike other frogs, it has very short hind legs, which does not allow it to leap from one spot to another. As a result, it covers any distance with long.
The striking species lives underground and comes out to mate only when it The newly discovered Bhupathy's purple frog spends nearly its.
Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis is a relatively large burrowing frog with a . During five months of captivity, the frog did not emerge from the soil, even at night , . Purple Frog University of California.