Then they were tears of pain, now happiness
A conflict that had taken a heavy toll of this land reached its bitter end this week with the LTTE’s defeat at the hands of the armed forces. As news of the final victory reached the rest of the country, there was an overwhelming mood of celebration.
Very soon we may not hear that croak, croak!

Malformations, trauma, eye infections and abnormalities, possible amphibian tuberculosis, parasitic infections, possible microbial infections and insect attacks…… name it amphibians are falling prey to it, all over the world as well as at an alarming rate in Sri Lanka.

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