Corridors help Tigers and Leopards

| September 5, 2013 | Reply

Conservationists have known it for many years – corridors are an important conservation strategy for large mammals. A new study has now brought even more evidence that this is critical for predators like Leopards and Tigers.

It is of great importance to protect the still existing corridors and where possible try to create new ones (always better to protect existing ones that destroy them and then try to recreate them).
Many other animals and plants will benefit from those corridors.

More information can be found here:
Protect Corridors to Save Tigers, Leopards

Category: cats, conservation

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