Males emerge to call beside temporary rainwater streams.
First the Stats… Scientific name: Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis Weight: Up to 5.
Its most remarkable physical feature, however, easily remains its unique coloring.
And it truly is a family built around love, and without jealousy.
Because of this truly lamentable fact, the currently lists the brilliantly colored amphibian as Endangered.
Sabrina and Tiffany stayed close by the pond watching the children while Eric and Jack went out to the bushes to see if there were any insects they could get for supper for everyone.
Records of the Zoological Survey of India.
Once the pair makes its way to a crevice in the streambed deemed suitable, like their ancestors have done for millennia, the female deposits around 2000-4000 creamy white-coloured eggs which are then fertilised by the male.