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Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
Sri Lanka Beauty
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Sri Lanka Beauty

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Sinharaja Rain forest

Sinharaja Rain forest

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  • 1. BEAUTIFUL SRI LANKA ramgeosp@gmail.com
  • 2. AYUBOVAN MAY YOU LONG LIFE ramgeosp@gmail.com
  • 3. ramgeosp@gmail.com
  • 4. Natural Beauty
  • 5. Rain Forests "Sinharaja"
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  • 7. Rain Forests
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  • 12. Insect trapper - ( Nepenthes distillatoria) The "Pitcher Plant" locally known as BANDURA, family Nepenthaceae is a creeper on shrubs and treelets. The leaf tip modified to form an elongated sac (a pitcher) filled with a liquid while traps insects to be digested by the plant. The thickened stem of the plant is used for tying, in the construction of wattle and daub houses and ladders by the natives. Usually grow along forest margins and disturbed sites. 
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  • 14. a view of the topography of mixed dipterocrap rainforest of the Sinharaja
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  • 27. THE FAUNA OF SINHARAJA
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  • 30. Purple-faced Leaf Monkey ( Presbytes senex vetulus) 
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  • 32. Felis viverinnas ( Fishing Cat )
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  • 42. Sri Lanka Blue Magpie- (Urocissa ornata)
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  • 46. ramgeosp@gmail.com
  • 47. Thank You! ramgeosp@gmail.com

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