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SRI LANKA

THE ISLAND OF DIVERSITY

"An experiential and observational chronicle by Damian Kuthalane"

Northern Minke Whale

Minke Whale

The Northern or Common Minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata), has two recognized subspecies, occurring as two separate populations that do not mix, namely the North Atlantic minke whale (B. acutorostrata acutorostrata) and the North Pacific or Scommon’s minke whale (B. acutorostrata scammoni). Minkes are also found in some areas of the Mediterranean sea and the Indian ocean. Some taxonomists […]

Bulbuls of Sri Lanka

Yellow Eared Bulbul at Horton Plains NP

Bulbuls are arboreal, small/ medium-sized passerine birds. They usually have short necks, relatively long tails, short and rounded wings, short legs & elongated, slightly hooked beaks. Both sexes tend to look alike and are commonly found in pairs, except for the Black Bulbul (Hypsipetes leucocephalus humii) which is usually observed in small flocks.

HISTORY OF SRI LANKA (PART 1)

History of Sri Lanka

The history of Sri Lanka – from a prehistoric cradle of man to the glorious Anuradhapura Kingdom. Learn about important sites to visit.

HISTORY OF SRI LANKA (PART 2)

Battle of Mulleriyawa

The history of Sri Lanka – from the Polonnaruwa Kingdom to Kandy, the last Kingdom of Sri Lanka. Learn about important historical sites to visit.

How to travel smart in Sri Lanka

Travel smart in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an amazing place to travel. It is a small island with an amazing diversity offering much to see and do for all types of travellers. With a booming tourism industry and a lot of tourism-related infrastructure being developed over the last decade, Sri Lanka has definitely diverged from the mainstream luxury tourism […]

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