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    In many countries, conservationists are trying to design national park systems so that "islands" of natural area (the big parks) are connected by thin "corridors" of undisturbed habitat. The idea is that this arrangement will allow animals and plants to migrate between refuges. Why would such migration be important?

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    Conservationists designs about national park systems which you are refering to in your problem are getting world-wide importance from all over the world. It is important to protect and preserve our ecosystem. It has been the effort of every chemist,biologist ,environmentalist to act like a watch-dog to monitor the environment and proect it from the harmful effects like gobal warming, CFCs(chlorofluorocarbons) etc.

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