Tiny Gold Monkeys and Pumas Are Getting Their Own Highway

Brazil’s Atlantic Forest is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. However, over the last 500 years its extension has been dramatically decreasing, and today it occupies roughly 15 percent of its original area and 7 percent of its original forest cover. The remaining forest areas are severely fragmented, causing habitat loss and increasing the pressure […]

Tiny Gold Monkeys and Pumas Are Getting Their Own Highway

Conservationists say a new wildlife corridor will help save what's left of a Brazilian forest fractured by development.

Wed 11 Apr 18 from National Geographic

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