Photographers Travel 1,000 Miles to Highlight the Importance of the Florida Wildlife Corridor

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Indeed, research has shown that isolated preserves—which stand as islands of conservation—are problematic. Many species require wide ranges and the ability to move great distances to survive. Wildlife corridors connect protected areas, allowing for safe passage.

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