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Big Game Hunting In Colonial Ceylon

Between 1796 and 1948 when the British ruled over our island nation, the hunting of wild game was encouraged, rewarded and even celebrated as a sport. And among the many hunters who revelled in it — justified at the time as a means of population control — was Major Thomas William Rogers, who killed roughly 1,500 elephants within 10 years.

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