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A pair of Blue-eyed Bush Frogs (Raorchestes luteolus) in amplexus!

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Santosh Verma What a shot!

18 days

Aniket Khamkar Wow.. great shot !

18 days

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An owl's home!
Indian Scops Owl (Otus bakkamoena) at the entrance of its nesting hollow.

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28 days

Pranad Patil @Benjamin, they are not very common, but seen fairly regularly.

27 days

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A male of Common Blackbird (Turdus merula) clicked in a garden in Norfolk, England.

Gulnar Vij Excellent

about 1 month

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A famous snake from Amboli - Malabar Pit Viper (Trimeresurus malabricus). While the green morph of the snake is quite common, other morphs, such as this pale brown one, are less frequently seen.

Rachit Mehta Superb. Where did you stay in Amboli?

about 2 months

Pranad Patil @Rachit, I usually stay at Whistling Woods. It is owned by a friend, who is also an awesome wildlifer.

about 2 months

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A Northern Lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) wading through the freshwater marsh at the Titchwell Marsh in Norfolk, England.
We get this beautiful lapwing in northern India as well, and although I had seen it in Corbett once, never got a chance to photograph it.

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2 months
about 2 months

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A young Tiger cub gets curious about the clicking sound.

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A pair of Nilgiri Torrent Darts (Euphaea dispar) connected in the heart-shaped mating wheel. One of the most brightly-coloured damselflies we have in India.

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