You're staring into the eyes of a Frankixalus. Congratulations, you're among the first humans to do so in roughly 140 years.
They're an interesting bunch, no doubt. Aside from eating their own mother's eggs as tadpoles, their DNA shows a drastically different line of ancestry than other tree frogs in the northern Indian forest.
That's why scientists from the University of Delhi are calling Frankixalus an entirely new genus of frog. Which is pretty amazing, because while those who paid attention in high-school biology don't need a reminder, for the rest of us ... a genus is one rank higher than a species in the taxonomy of animals.