Wildlife corridor is an area of habitat that connects wildlife that is separated by roads, streets, developments, or other human made separations. It is also known as a green corridor. It attempts to reduce the amount of harmful inbreeding as well as encourage genetic diversity through genetic drift.
Wildlife corridors are designed to connect two significant habitat areas that wildlife species can use to travel from one location to the next. Sometimes animal habitats get fragmented from development, logging, and other human activities. Wildlife corridors create linkages between habitats that animals can use to increase their habitat range, re-colonize an area, increase genetic diversity, and use when migrating.
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