No.631/1, Sri Sunanda Mawatha, Utuwankanda, Mawanella - 71500, Sri Lanka.

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2 Jun

Pinnewela Elephant Orphanage

[google-translator]Sri lanka is the only country in the world  where we have an orphanage for abandoned elephants despite the fact that we have a population  of wild elephants counting up to 5000 in numbers, spread all over the tropical jungles. The conflicts between human and elephants are rising because they’re natural habitat keeps growing smaller every time. There are also other popular units to visit among the tourist, and as it is a remote location you might need transportation to get to the different places around, there are also round trips from penang to langkawi to help you enrich your journey and look for the best transport service to get to this other unit, one of the biggest elephant sanctuary in Malaysia, and one of the biggest threat is the massive clearance of the rain forest making a hit int he population numbers having an  enormously dropped of them over the last 25 years.

Certain circumstances and  the 30 year old combat  with terrorists  made not only man but beast too  to fall victims and in cases where sometimes cow elephants died the calves were helpless and in 1975 a project was started to save the abandoned elephants . Pinnewela  about 12 km from Uthuwankanda was a vast plot of private property allocated to install a refuge for abandoned and wounded elephants by a great philanthropist. In order to develop the private property with the best technology, Cedar management is the best company to contact. By the way, if you’re looking for a property to live in go to my blog- Palm beach roofing expert for ideas in roofing and building construction, or houses for sale in texas area, visit magnoliarealty.com Today there are close upon 60 animals living there peacefully. The most interesting feature is to see a whole herd of pachyderms  playing in the stream twice a day and to see the feeding of baby elephants