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When the night comes alive

Come monsoon, head to Amboli in the Western Ghats.
Naturalists and enthusiasts on a night trek in Amboli.
Naturalists and enthusiasts on a night trek in Amboli.Photo: Emmanual Yogini
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Indiana Chiravasi, commonly known as Amboli leaping frog.
Indiana Chiravasi, commonly known as Amboli leaping frog.Photo: Emmanual Yogini
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Dozens of Amboli bush froglets encased in their transparent “bubble eggs”.
Dozens of Amboli bush froglets encased in their transparent “bubble eggs”.Photo: The Hindu
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A Malabar gliding froglet, pre-adult stage.
A Malabar gliding froglet, pre-adult stage.Photo: The Hindu
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Amboli Bush Frog with enlarged vocal sac for mating calls.
Amboli Bush Frog with enlarged vocal sac for mating calls.Photo: The Hindu
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A Malabar gliding frog in Amboli.
A Malabar gliding frog in Amboli.Photo: The Hindu
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The green vine snake, a mildly venomous snake.
The green vine snake, a mildly venomous snake.Photo: The Hindu
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Beddome’s cat snake.
Beddome’s cat snake.Photo: The Hindu
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The Malabar pit viper, a venomous species.
The Malabar pit viper, a venomous species.Photo: The Hindu
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Bellinger gecko which doesn’t have eyelids cleansing its eyes using its tongue.
Bellinger gecko which doesn’t have eyelids cleansing its eyes using its tongue.Photo: The Hindu
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A cicada emerging out of its shell.
A cicada emerging out of its shell.Photo: The Hindu
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Indian Tiger Centipede.
Indian Tiger Centipede.Photo: The Hindu
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Purple tree crab on a tree in Amboli.
Purple tree crab on a tree in Amboli.Photo: The Hindu
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