Wildlife officers found a 13-year-old boy Tuesday morning, the only survivor of the deadly tsunami hit Yala National Park. Wildlife officers found a 13-year-old boy Tuesday morning, the only survivor of the deadly tsunami hit Yala National Park. According to park officials deadly tsunamis leapt 2 km inside the park ripping out everything in its way.
Around hundred people had been in the Yala National Park when the deadly tsunamis hit the southeastern coastal belt of Sri Lanka.
Wildlife officials say only 41 bodies have been recovered so far, including 13 foreigners and three bodies of the four missing wildlife officials.
The Prime Ministers office however says up to 22 foreign nationals are feared bead within the National park.
Meanwhile, Department of Wildlife Conservation , Director General Dayananda Kariyawasam says there were no damages in areas where sand dunes were. He further said, “If you do not damage the natural environment you can live in safety”
Wildlife officials say extensive damage has been caused to the parks infrastructure. Some of the holiday bungalows have been completely washed