Habitat corridors connect golden snub-nosed monkeys in Shennongjia

Habitat corridors in Shennongjia National Park in central China's Hubei Province have helped connect the region's scattered golden snub-nosed monkeys, an endangered species under first-class state protection in China, contributing to better reproduction of the species. A habitat corridor is a man-made road or bridge built to connect fragmented habitats of wild animals.

There are now six corridors bridging highways, as well as 24 corridors linking different habitat areas of golden snub-nosed monkeys in the region. 

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