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Aptly named due to the existence of numerous ‘ willus’ or natural basins that fill with rainwater, Wilpattu is situated in the Northwest coast, lowland, dry zone. One of the largest and oldest National Parks, Wilpattu is renowned for its leopard population along with 31 species of mammals and an abundance of wetland bird speciaes.