The purple frog - Purple Frog

Purple frog

Its arms and legs splay out in the standard body form.

Don't let the name fool you.

This species of purple frog essentially spends its entire life underground.

And I'd sit outside or take a jacket.

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With few field scientists out in the field during the rainy season, the species was discovered and studied only in recent times.
The temps here are unseasonably cooler than normal and the inside was freezing cold.

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    The purple frog has a bloated body with short stout limbs and is dark purple to greyish in colour. Reaching to about 7 centimetres, it has a small head in comparison to the body length, and an unusually pointed snout. Its short and muscular forelimbs with hard palms help it to burrow underground.
    By: buddythebear|||||||||
    The purple frog is one of only two species in the family Nasikabatrachidae. This family is endemic to the Western Ghats of India and has been evolving independently for around 100 million years. Molecular evidence has found the purple frogs to be most closely related to a family of tiny frogs only found on the Seychelles.
    By: brownround|||||||||
    The frog has shiny, purple skin, a light blue ring around its eyes, and a pointy pig-nose. The scientists have called the new species Bhupathy's purple frog ( Nasikabatrachus bhupathi ), in honor .
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    By: Boebbles|||||||||
    People eat purple pig-nosed frogs and this could be significantly damaging the frog population. Humans are also dangerous predators because they destroy the forests and mess up the local ecosystems. Heavy rains are a critical part of the lifecycle of the frog, so lack of rainfall and droughts can cause population declines because of egg laying.
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