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The Yala National Park lies on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, and spans 98,000 hectares. The Park borders a healthy coastline, which is home to many pristine reefs. Yala boasts a large number of important cultural ruins such as Sithulpawwa, Kataragama and MagulMahaVihararya which bear testimony to earlier civilizations and indicate that much of the area used to be populated and well-developed. Block 1 is the most visited part of the Park and has an average Sri Lankan Leopard population of one leopard per square kilometer. In addition to leopards, the Park is also home to the Sri Lankan Elephant. Large herds of these endangered animals can be seen inside Yala. Others include the Sri Lankan Sloth Bear, Spotted Deer, Water Buffalos, Crocodiles and another 44 species of mammals. Also over 215 species of bird have been recorded in Yala, with six being endemic.

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