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The elephants of Uda Walawe

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Udu Walawe is elephant country. If you train your binoculars in almost any direction you’ll see herds of elephants on the horizon. They come down to graze beside the tracks, chomping on wads of grass the size of hay bales (an Asian elephant eats 880 pounds of fodder every day to support all that weight and produces about 180 pounds of prime organic fertiliser at the other end). And on a dusk safari, you’ll see them at the waterhole, drinking and playing in the shallows.

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