Can We Save A 300 Mile Migration Corridor?

Can We Save A 300 Mile Migration Corridor?

Each year a few thousand zebra migrate more than 300 miles across Namibia and Botswana in the largest African large-mammal migration known to man. Migrations on such a massive scale highlight the importance of preserving the corridors these animals pass through. Many migratory animals follow the same path without deviation for thousands of years, and keeping their migratory corridor open witll help entire ecosystems.

PHOTOGRAPH BY FRANS LANTING, MINT IMAGES, CORBIS

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