Video: School temporarily closed due to jumbo threat

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Malwatta Thissapura Vidyalaya in Ampara in which there are about 450 students, was temporarily closed today as a herd of wild elephants entered the school premises.

About five elephants are said to be hiding in a thicket of one-and-a-half acres belonging to the school. Police and wildlife officers arrived at the school to chase away the elephants. (Wasantha Chandrapala)

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  • truly Thursday, 18 October 2012 09:39 AM

    Ohhh why UNP comming inside this school???? Political issue???

    Sagarika Thursday, 18 October 2012 10:13 AM

    cute elephants! need to care for them! otherwise they go extinct!


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