In the Jungles of Sri Lanka Emma finds herself in a desperate situation that could end her quest to find missing conservationist Adelia Goodwin. But luckily a new friend emerges to help her out so that her journey can continue! Following clues from the Adelia’s journal, Emma makes her way to Yala National Park in search of a “…mammal that walks at night and lives alone. Its name might make someone think it’s very slow but it can be quite ferocious…”
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Take a look at this page from Adelia’s Secret Journal!
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