• Welcome to NATURE WEB!

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    NATURE WEB is mainly focusing on inspiring others to care about nature. Its interests include birds, butterflies, insects & flowers. TheNatureWeb.Net strongly promotes the environmental conservations and biodiversities.

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    Butterflies are brightly colored and probably most attractive insects found worldwide. They usually feed on nectar and their life cycle include egg, larva, pupa & adult.

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    Listen to the Indian bird calls
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    Ducks, Loons, Crakes, Grebes, Gallinules, Coots are all different birds though they look like Ducks. Swans & Geese are not counted here since that is a separate group in itself. All the above given duck-like birds are mostly aquatic and found in both fresh and sea water.
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    Finches are also known as munias
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    A frog is any member of a diverse and largely carnivorous group of short-bodied, tailless amphibians composing the order Anura.

    • Checkered Keelback feeding on Bullfrog - Duration: 19 seconds.

      • 1 year ago
      Checkered Keelback is the most commonly found sake across India. Often called as water snake in many regional languages as it is found near fresh water bodies, marshes and agricultural fields. Th...
    • Asian common toad - Duration: 11 seconds.

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      Asian common toad is probably a complex of more than one true toad species that is widely distributed in South and Southeast Asia. The species grows to about 20 cm long.

      Asian common toads breed d...
    • Ghate's shrub frog photos and call - Duration: 30 seconds.

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      Raorchestes ghatei species exhibits sexual dimorphism with males having single sub-gular vocal sac and a tubercle on the humerus while females lack them. The species shows direct development. The s...
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