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I just read about them in the papers today, they look more like a soft shelled turtle rather than a frog to me. It has been named Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis from the Sanskrit word for nose (nasika) and batrachus, which means frog. Sahayadri is the name of the hills along the western indian coast.
Figure 1 Holotype of Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis. a, Nasikabatrachus sahyadrensis in life. b, Detail of head, showing slender mouth and distinct protrusion on snout. c, Detail of hand, showing rudimentary webbing. d, Detail of foot showing the large, white inner metatarsal tubercle. e, X-ray photograph showing strongly calcified bones. The arrow indicates the prehallux. f, X-ray photograph showing strongly ossified skull and pectoral girdle. The yellow arrow indicates the presumed neopalatine bone; the black arrow indicates the coracoid, the lateral end of which is wider than the medial.