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  • Tweet Sri Lanka is a country blessed with a huge diversity of wildlife species, all packed into a relatively small country. Some of the animals that lure people to Africa, […]

    5 Great Wildlife Parks in Sri Lanka

    Tweet Sri Lanka is a country blessed with a huge diversity of wildlife species, all packed into a relatively small country. Some of the animals that lure people to Africa, […]

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  • Tweet An interesting occurrence when I visited Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka was the presence of farming and fishing activities. After visiting a number of other National Parks, which […]

    Cattle Farmer in Bundala National Park

    Tweet An interesting occurrence when I visited Bundala National Park in Sri Lanka was the presence of farming and fishing activities. After visiting a number of other National Parks, which […]

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  • Tweet     Some of the most interesting looking birds out there, peacocks are famous for their big, colourful feathers that are typically green and blue. The encompassing term for […]

    Wildlife Photo: Indian Peacock

    Tweet     Some of the most interesting looking birds out there, peacocks are famous for their big, colourful feathers that are typically green and blue. The encompassing term for […]

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  • Tweet     This Ruddy Mongoose was seen one morning during breakfast, looking for it’s own meal in a field near the hotel I was staying at. The farmed area […]

    Wildlife Photo: Ruddy Mongoose

    Tweet     This Ruddy Mongoose was seen one morning during breakfast, looking for it’s own meal in a field near the hotel I was staying at. The farmed area […]

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  • Tweet Storks and flamingoes, parakeets and pigeons, bee-eaters and eagles, peacocks and darters. Simply put – Bundala is for the birds! Visiting Bundala National Park, on the southern side of […]

    Birds of Bundala National Park

    Tweet Storks and flamingoes, parakeets and pigeons, bee-eaters and eagles, peacocks and darters. Simply put – Bundala is for the birds! Visiting Bundala National Park, on the southern side of […]

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