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Bundala National Park

Bundala National Park

The park is an internationally recognized RAMSAR Wetland, which is a haven for migratory water birds and waders. In 2005 the park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Situated in the low country dry zone, the park contains five shallow, brackish lagoons. Dry thorny shrubs are the primary landscape of the park. The park is recognized as an outstanding birding hotspot, with over 100 species of water birds and over half of them being migrants.

A few elephants are seen in the area, as well as the regular species seen in the dry zone such as the spotted deer and the typical monkey species in this area the Grey Langur. The lagoons are abundant with the freshwater crocodile species known as the Mugger, as well as the occasional Saltwater Crocodile which is the largest species of reptile in the world.

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