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Birds of the World

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Butterflies & Moths of the World

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International Spider Survey

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Biodiversidad en España/Spain

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The Color Red

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Global Flight

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Global Dragonflies & Damselflies

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Unidentified commented on by Rithmini Dinhara Diyaduwa, Southern Province, Sri Lanka 33 minutes ago

I will not get started on those politicians cuz if I do I might not stop and it is not polite to curse on a platform like this. I too plan to leave the country after ALs are over. Hopefully, I'll be able to get a scholarship from a good foreign uni... There's no future for us in this country. Cuz no matter how much we sweat and bleed to develop the country, they won't do any good until this corrupted system rules. All they want to do is to fill their pockets, the country can be damned.
Hope you're having a good time over there. I will, thank you! Anytime:)

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Unidentified commented on by thewndrr Diyaduwa, Southern Province, Sri Lanka 45 minutes ago

Yes, I was stuck in Sri Lanka for a year when the "pandemic" hit the world and I hated the political restrictions in Sri Lanka, it was about the most stupid things I have seen. I left and won't come back until everything about corona and the politicians that started the crisis is gone. This is the worst political scandal since Stalin if you ask me, and I am talking about the whole world politics. They have become insane, and they are not stopping. One thing you should not trust is China and all chinese in Sri Lanka, they are a wolves in sheep clothing. Currently I'm in Greece, and documenting another national park, I won't say where because I hate revealing my location until I have left, because everything and everyone is spied upon today, thanks to politicians and tech companies. The whole world of political leaders should have been in jail for what they have done the last three years, but we see nothing. Just be careful, Rithmini. And thank you for the info :)

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Plain Prinia favorited by Rithmini Dinhara Kolkata, West Bengal, India 52 minutes ago

Small sparrow sized bird (or smaller maybe) with a tail that sticks out. Drab colouration.

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Unidentified commented on by Rithmini Dinhara Diyaduwa, Southern Province, Sri Lanka 53 minutes ago

ps:- Food prices have gone impossibly high. We are still managing, but it's become harder and harder for many commoners to even afford their daily meals. There seems to be no end to this crisis...

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Unidentified commented on by Rithmini Dinhara Diyaduwa, Southern Province, Sri Lanka 58 minutes ago

It is quite bad already and is only getting worse... They say there won't be petrol till 10th July, but the lines have built up many days before. I'm not very sure about what plans the president have as I don't watch the news much these days. But whatever plans he has, they obviously won't solve this problem. There are small groups of people on protests at the sides of many main roads.
I'm still a student so I can't give you many details. My parents don't let me watch the news much. And there's nothing positive to be said. Hope this helped you in some way :)
Btw, are you abroad?

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Night hornet spotted by ashimgogoi.ag Nagajanka Grant, Assam, India an hour ago

Orange coloured hornets about 28 mm long nocturnal hornets. They make oval nest from fibers of plants mixing other earthen materials.

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