Linking Singapore's core habitats: Which green plots are key?

Marsiling Park, near Woodlands Checkpoint, which could be part of an upcoming nature corridor in Kranji. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - An islandwide plan to link Singapore's green spaces that was unveiled on Monday (June 6) identified four new ecological corridors that connect the country's core habitats to each other.

A new corridor in Khatib, along with three upcoming ones in Lim Chu Kang, Kranji and Seletar - the results of a National Parks Board (NParks) study known formally as the ecological profiling exercise - come on top of three existing corridors in Lornie, Bukit Batok and Clementi.

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