Natural habitats that were once large and connected have become more fragmented due to human activities. Wildlife corridors between the fragments of habitat are necessary to maintain wildlife habitat and natural areas.
Which of these is a benefit of wildlife corridors?
I. Allows young adult animals to access a new range.
II. Improves genetic fitness as adult animals interact with potential mates in other areas.
III. Allows plants and animals to colonize new habitat as the climate changes.