Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Zoo Archeaology Event for Palaeobiodiversity Diploma Student

Zoo Archeaology Event for Palaeobiodiversity Diploma Student

Sri Lanka Has been Famous as a tourist location since ancient time. Named the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”. It has been visited written about and acclaimed in many ancient chronicles. Being close to the equator, it has a year – round sunny weather and with its topography it harbors a host of rich biodiversity promoting Paleobiodiversity & Paleontology.Palaeo biodiversity is the biodiversity of ancient times. It addresses ancient man and his interaction with his palaeo environment. It Speak of the geological eras, the prehistoric people.

Zoo Museum of National zoological Garden Sri Lanka


 National Zoological  Garden of Sri lanka

To providing knowledge of Palaeobiodiversity & zooarcheaology including osteology,work shop event had organized for Palaeobiodiversity  diploma student  of  PGIAR university of  Kelaniya Sri Lanka.The Event held on 9th of  may 8.30 am  onwards in National Zoological garden Sri Lanka.
 Osteological Demostration by Mr. Kelum Manamendraarachchi 


Zoo Museum of National zoological Garden Sri Lankan exhibit many type of anotomical parals which belongs to fuana


To providing knowledge of Palaeobiodiversity & zooarcheaology including osteology,work shop event had organized for Palaeobiodiversity  diploma student  of  PGIAR university of  Kelaniya Sri Lanka.The Event held on 9th of  may 8.30 am  onwards in National Zoological garden Sri Lanka.



Special Thank goes to : Mr. Kleum-N .Manamendra arachchi ,Miss Sonali Premarathna
Ext cor: Sujeewa Chnadana ,Pubudu Vidyarathna, Paaramee Munasing he  & etc.

Post by: PALEONTOLOGY NETWORK OF PGIAR 
                Aravinda Ravibhanu Sumanarathna

2 comments:

  1. To providing knowledge of Palaeobiodiversity & zooarcheaology including osteology,work shop event had organized for Palaeobiodiversity diploma student of PGIAR university of Kelaniya Sri Lanka.The Event held on 9th of may 8.30 am onwards in National Zoological garden Sri Lanka.

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  2. Stand together for build up proper DMS to our palaeobiodiversity niche.

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