Sri Lanka war-zone becomes wildlife sanctuary

Yesterday the BBC reported that the jungles of northern Mullaitivu will be converted from a war-zone into a wildlife conservation for an array of animals including Sri Lankan elephants.  The area which is now being turned into a park is expected to open next year according to the Sri Lankan government which is great news for the environment as de-forestation in the area was destroying some natural habitats of Sri Lanka’s exotic wildlife and species.

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