Unrestrained safari jeeps continue to play mayhem in the Yala National Park with authorities failing to take any action against the errant drivers. Currently, there is no limit to the number of jeeps allowed in the park and the jeep drivers have their own jungle law within the sanctuary. It is high time the authorities do a comprehensive study to measure the recreational carrying capacity of Yala National Park and take necessary regulatory actions to preserve this invaluable national resource for the future generation
Pic by Srilal Miththapala
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