A bone museum at Colombo national Museum complex

June 2, 2013 at 7:56 pm | lanka C news

A bone museum at Colombo national Museum complex

 

A bone museum is to be constructed to place the structures of blue whale, elephant “Lechchami” and Heiyanthuduwe elephant.

The Minister for National Heritage Dr. Jagath Balasuriya placed the foundation stone for this at Colombo museum complex.

The Minister said that Rs. 39 million has been allocated for this and expect to be completed within 9 months.

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