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New nature corridor for wildlife identified in Clementi for ecological connectivity - geemong - 30-07-2021 11:03 AM

New nature corridor for wildlife identified in Clementi for ecological
connectivity


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A new nature corridor for wildlife has been ทดลองเล่นสล็อต identified in Clementi,
with further studies to be done on the route animals may take through the area.

Announcing this on Friday (Jul 30), the National Parks Board (NParks) said that
the Clementi Nature Corridor provides ecological connectivity between Bukit
Timah Nature Reserve and the Southern Ridges.

It comprises forested sites at Clementi, Toh Tuck and Maju, as well as the Rail
Corridor. It also adds to the previously established Nature Park Network at Bukit
Timah Nature Reserve and Bukit Batok Nature Corridor, said NParks.

The agency said that the corridor was conceptualised based on the ecological
profile of the area, alongside input from a scientific advisory panel as part of
NParks’ islandwide Ecological Profiling Exercise (EPE).

The islandwide EPE, announced in February, aims to map the profiles of green
areas across Singapore to better understand their role in biodiversity and
ecological connectivity. The latter refers to the movement of wildlife between
key habitats.

The exercise also aims to strengthen NParks’ existing research and data models,
and guide agencies in their overall approach for longer-term planning.

With the identification of Clementi Nature Corridor, NParks will continue to study
the area to identify refugia – or habitats that support certain species -
and “connectivity routes upstream in the land-use planning process”.

“This will allow ecological connectivity in the area to be maintained,
even if developments take place in the area in future,” it said.