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What is a conservation corridor?

A conservation corridor is a healthy and habitable pathway linking one larger habitat to another. It is a way for animals and plants to be able to move to another area if they need to.

Conservation corridors are important because if the climate changes in one area, the corridor gives them a chance to escape and save themselves. Without the corridor, plants and animals are trapped in one area. If that area becomes unsuitable for them to live in—for example, becomes too hot because of global warming—they are trapped and will eventually die.

A conservation corridor increases the chance that plants and animals will survive environmental changes for many years to come.