Sri Lankans’ deadly clash with elephants

BBC: In a sweep of grassland studded with watering holes, a herd of elephants, young and old, moves grazing along a grove of trees. With spectacular rocky mountains as a backdrop, it could almost be a scene from the East African savannah. But these elephants are somewhat smaller than their African cousins, and without tusks. This is Sri Lanka. The twilight scene in the national park is tranquil. But a few miles away, in the villages, elephants and human beings are regularly in conflict - as they......

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