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New unusually large species of gecko found at Kalthota

New unusually large species of gecko found at Kalthota

Ifham Nizam – island.lk A team of research scientists have discovered an unusually large gecko species at Kalthota, Sri Lanka. This new gecko species was named as Hemidactylus kimbulae. Due...

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Warming Atlantic forces whales into new habitats, danger

Warming Atlantic forces whales into new habitats, danger

By Blaine Friedlander |  September 1, 2021 Warming oceans have driven the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population from its traditional and protected habitat, exposing the animals to more lethal ship...

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On the “Island of the Blue Dolphins,” a Glimmer of Hope for a Rare Fox Species

On the “Island of the Blue Dolphins,” a Glimmer of Hope for a Rare Fox Species

The San Nicolas Island fox, a subspecies of the Channel Island Fox only found on the most remote of California’s eight Channel Islands, is at a low risk of extinction,...

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Lesser Known ‘Jaws’

Lesser Known ‘Jaws’

By Sanuj Hathurusinghe Ceylon Today Features  The Hollywood may have portrayed sharks as blood thirsty villains with neverending rows of sharp teeth but they are far more fascinating, complicated, and...

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Wildlife Crimes Stoop to a New Low

Wildlife Crimes Stoop to a New Low

By Risidra Mendis  A young tusker lies dead at Block 3 of the Yala National Park. Lying on the ground in his own blood and dung, this gentle giant lost...

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Global Warming May Limit Spread of Dengue Fever, New Research Finds

Global Warming May Limit Spread of Dengue Fever, New Research Finds

enn.com Infection with dengue virus makes mosquitoes more sensitive to warmer temperatures, according to new research led by Penn State researchers. The team also found that infection with the bacterium...

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Fence villages; keep forests open: MP calls for policy shift in Sri Lanka’s human-elephant conflict

Fence villages; keep forests open: MP calls for policy shift in Sri Lanka’s human-elephant conflict

 IMESH RANASINGHE – economynext.com ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka must formulate new policy to address what has now become the worst human-elephant conflict in the world, Committee on Public Accounts (COPA)...

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Site survey near Akasa Chaitya: Is it the end of Yala?

Site survey near Akasa Chaitya: Is it the end of Yala?

Kamanthi Wickramasinghe – dailymirror.lk The Yala National Park has been at the receiving end of human disturbances from time to time. Be it a traffic jam to spot a leopard...

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MV X-Press Pearl has sunk; now the aftermath

MV X-Press Pearl has sunk; now the aftermath

dailymirror.lk It is sad indeed to contemplate the tragedy that befell the turtles and other much-loved marine species such as dolphins and whales in the catastrophic aftermath of the blazing...

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Health Care Plastic Waste Audit

Health Care Plastic Waste Audit

Chalani Rubesinghe, Harshani Abayawardhana, Gamini Piyarathna – CEJ Centre for Environmental justice, together th BFFP is conducting a study to see the disposal quantities and types of plastic waste related...

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