Malabar gliding frog

Malabar gliding frog

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Caption: Malabar gliding frog (Rhacophorus malabaricus) on a tree branch. These nocturnal tree frogs are native to the Western Ghats, in India. They can reach a length of around 10 centimetres and can make gliding jumps of up to 12 metres by using the webbing between their toes to help them glide. They feed mostly on insects and other invertebrates.

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