Biodiversity: linking Singapore's fragmented habitats
An ecological corridor will be planted up in Singapore like a forest to enable animal and plant transfer between two reserves. Longer term, it is hoped that the corridor will restore the ecological balance in the fragmented habitats and rectify the loss of biodiversity. If successful, it could be replicated in other tropical cities to help conserve native biodiversity and to teach us how to restore degraded natural landscapes.
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