Sri Lanka 2016

One-hundred years ago, more than 20,000 wild Asian elephants inhabited Sri Lanka. Today, the population numbers only 5,000. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
One-hundred years ago, more than 20,000 wild Asian elephants inhabited Sri Lanka. Today, the population numbers only 5,000. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Sambar deer, deer
Sambar Deer in fog at World’s End, Sri Lanka

 

 

The elusive hump-nosed lizard in the Knuckles Conservation Forest
The elusive hump-nosed lizard in the Knuckles Conservation Forest
Crested hawk eagle, hawk, eagle, raptor
Crested hawk-eagle in Udawalawe National Park, Sri Lanka
Langur, gray langur
A gray langur rests peacefully on a high branch in the Udawalawe National Park.
Sri Lankan girl. Image by Ms. Mallory
Sri Lankan girl. Image by Ms. Mallory
purple-faced langur, langur, sri lanka langur
An endangered purple faced langur youngster clings to its watchful mother in Sri Lanka’s last remaining virgin rainforest, the Sinharaja.
Macaque
Macaque Image by Mallory Lindsay

leafnoselizard elephant duo

Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
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An orphan at the Elephant Transit Home in Sri Lanka helps its caretakers by holding its own 'bottle' with its trunk. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
An orphan at the Elephant Transit Home in Sri Lanka helps its caretakers by holding its own ‘bottle’ with its trunk. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Orphans at the Elephant Transit Home beside the Udawalawe NP. They can drink up to 3 gallons in a day. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures
Orphans at the Elephant Transit Home beside the Udawalawe NP. They can drink up to 3 gallons in a day. Image by Ms. Mallory Adventures

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