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Jumbos found dead in Polonnaruwa

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The decomposed carcasses of seven wild elephants lying in a marshy land at Pudur in Onegama in Polonnaruwa were recovered yesterday by the wildlife conservators. (Pics by K.G.Karunaratne and W.A. Piyathilaka)

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  • Kasi Sunday, 02 September 2018 05:46 PM

    Three years ago Thailand customs seized container load of Ivory from Kenya on the way to China where there is a hugedemand. Have the poachers and sumgglers turn their attention to Srilanka? Govt officials need to be very serious and make sure that there is no poachers and sumgglers based or operating in Srilanka.

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