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... many iguanas, teiids (a family of mostly tropical American lizards),
amphisbaenids (a genus of harmless, limbless lizards) and many snakes,
including boas, colubrids (a very large family of nonvenomous snakes), coral
snakes, and vipers.
Some coral formations occur at Mathagal in the north and in the Madampe-
Ambalangoda area in the southwest. Climate. Sri Lanka lies between 6░ and 10░
north of the Equator, and consequently might be expected to experience an
Dendrochronology and coral growth. ... The regular concentric ridges found on
many extinct Paleozoic horn corals probably represent increments of yearly
growth. By counting such ridges the age of a horn coral can be determined.
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