Malabar gliding frog is an epitome of being photogenic. Period!
First, let us deal with the eggs:
Then, the froglet:
What you see here is a Malabar gliding froglet (no, it isn’t a salamander).
And then, the adult (male):
A nature observers / nature-macro photographer’s best friend.. Insanely beautiful creation isn’t it…!? Thanks to Shubham Alave for all the guidance, especially while photographing this froglet, my first..
About Malabar gliding frogs: They are also known as Malabar flying frog, a tree frog species found in the Western Ghats of India.
This frog has a body length of about 10 cm (4 in), making it one of the largest moss frogs. Apparently it can make gliding jumps of 9–12 m, a maximum of about ‘115times!!!!’ it’s length. Amazing isn’t it!?
The term “gliding” frog refers to its ability to break its fall by stretching the webbing between its toes when making leaps down from the treetops.
More about this wonder species @ http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Malabar_gliding_frog