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Sri Lanka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4734 words)
Sri Lanka is a centre of bird endemism.
Sri Lanka's population is highly educated with a literacy rate of 96%, higher than that typical of a third world country and one of the highest rates in South Asia.
The ancient and famous Sri Dalada Maligawa or "Temple of the Tooth" is the principal Buddhist Temple in Sri Lanka, and by tradition houses the Tooth of Buddha.
Sri Lanka - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article (2567 words)
The Sri Lankan climate is tropical, characterized by monsoons: the northeast monsoon lasting from December to March, and the southwest monsoon from June to October.
The Sri Lanka dry-zone dry evergreen forests are a tropical dry broadleaf forest ecoregion, which, like the neighboring East Deccan dry evergreen forests of India's Coromandel Coast, is characterized by evergreen trees, rather than the dry-season deciduous trees that predominate in most other tropical dry broadleaf forests.
Sri Lanka is historically famous for its cinnamon and tea (introduced by the British in the 19th century).
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