By: J Webb
243 pages, Figs, tabs
In 1800 the highlands of Sri Lanka had some of the most biologically diverse rainforests in the world. By 1900, through slash-and-burn agriculture and the British creation of plantations, only a few craggy corners and mountain tops remained under primary forest.
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