Wild Sri Lanka
Wild Sri Lanka is a three-part documentary series exploring the diverse wildlife of Sri Lanka, a tropical island in the Indian Ocean, off the southeastern coast of India. Sri Lanka is one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth. It is the place where we can see blue whales, sperm whales, leopards, Asian elephants, sloth bears, and many other endemic plants and animals. Now, researchers brings modern science and technology to bear, in order to take stock of what lives in the country.
Episode 1 - Coast of Giants
For its size, Sri Lanka is one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth. What makes its wildlife so unique?
Episode 2 - Land of Lakes
The plains of Sri Lanka offer a wildlife spectacle to rival Africa's Serengeti. It may seem timeless, but life here faces constant changes.
Episode 3 - Forest of Clouds
Many species unique to Sri Lanka live nowhere except its central highlands, but the cloud forests are threatened by the tea trade.
|Sri Lanka - wikipedia
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