This video from India says about itself:
Wrestlers Of Western Ghats
31 March 2016
This documentary is a research communication as narrated by an artist. The movie offers a compelling reason to change the common description of Micixalus species from “dancing frogs” to “wrestling frogs”!
Scientists find 10 new frog species
by ifrog boss on August 7, 2011
The new discovery has been published in the latest issue of the Biosytamatica
“These findings show that Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot of the world still has many new species of amphibians,” Dr.Zachariah told Deccan Chronicle.
He said four species were discovered from Bonacaud Estate, Thiruvananthapuram, two from Kadalar Estate, Idukki, one from Gavi, Pathanamthitta, and the rest from Nilgiri region in Tamil Nadu.
Of the 10 new species, six are bush frogs, one a canopy bush frog and two are associated with reeds. With this, total Polypedates species known till date from Western Ghats has become four and 11 from the country.
The new species have also received some interesting names. One species in the Raorchestes genus has been described as Raorchestes agasthyaensis after the Vedic sage Agasthya while Raorchestes manohari is named after principal chief conservator of forests T.M.Manoharan.
Dr.Zachariah said the study was conducted without any funding from any agencies.
His team comprised Prof. E. Kunhikrishnan, Dinesh K.P., Muhamed Jafer Palot, Sandeep Das, David V Raju, C. Radhakrishnan, S. Kalesh and C.K. Vishnudas.
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