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. Common in Horton
higher hills (750 - 2100m a.s.l). It feeds mainly on earth worms and grubs. ...
called black-naped hares due to the patch of black fur that runs along the nape ...
Endangered tiny shrub Frog.
These shots were taken on grassy slopes in
Pendulous epiphytes, to 30 cm long, stem woody, terete, green. Leaves 10-11, ...
home gardens, natural forest areas and cultivations in Nuwaraeliya,