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50 - 100 Years
Biological corridors are interconnected areas of pristine nature through which species can travel. As the effects of man upon nature cause climate change to become more erratic species are forced to relocate in order to adapt and survive. Therefore as we develop our cities it is important to keep in mind biodiversity. The goal is to have a path from north america all the way to the southern tip. There are still some fragmented areas.
The Mesoamerican Corridor is a path of pristine nature interconnected from Mexico to Panama. It was established in
Panama Protected Areas
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