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Now, however, researchers have spotted a second, equally-bizarre member of the family (pictured) It’s not just the adult frogs that are strange in their appearance, the researchers note.The tadpoles, they reveal, are quite unusual, too, as seen above.by sighting its distinctive tadpoles in a stream that flows from the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats, during the northeast monsoon in 2010,’ the researchers explained in the study, published to the journal Alytes.‘We used morphological, molecular, and bioacoustics data to ascertain the species status of this population.‘As a result, we describe a new species of the genus Nasikabatrachusthat occurs on the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats.’The newly discovered purple frog, named in honor of the late herpetologist Dr.Snakes are well known for the ease with which they swallow their prey whole, but for one unlucky serpent the tables appear to have turned.Bhupathy’s purple frog has a bulbous body covered in purple skin, blue-ringed eyes, and a pig-like nose.

Now, however, researchers conducting field visits in the region have spotted a second, equally-bizarre member of the family.

The new species, dubbed Bhupathy’s purple frog, has a bulbous body covered in purple skin, blue-ringed eyes, and a pig-like nose – and, perhaps unsurprisingly, the experts say it spends most of its life underground.

The new species, dubbed Bhupathy’s purple frog, has a bulbous body covered in purple skin, blue-ringed eyes, and a pig-like nose – and, perhaps unsurprisingly, the experts say it spends most of its life underground The newly discovered purple frog, named in honor of the late herpetologist Dr.

The original image has gone viral again in recent days, after a Reddit user posted it to the site with the caption 'One Last Scream Into the Abysssss'. Among those to comment on the image was Dr Jodi Rowley, a conservation biologist from the University of New South Wales and the Australian Museum in Sydney.

She confirmed on Twitter that the species of amphibian is the Australian Green Tree Frog, scientific name Litoria caerulea.

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