New road risks Pandora’s box of disruption in world’s most biodiverse national park

| September 28, 2019 | Leave a Comment

Red Howler Monkey in Manu National Park | Wikicommons

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Media Type: News / Op - Ed

Publication Info: Mongabay

Date of Publication: 28 Aug 2019

Author(s): William Laurance, Penny van Oosterzee

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The riot of roads exploding across our planet—bringing with it waves of habitat destruction and biodiversity loss—at times seems almost unstoppable.

But there are some places so special and biologically irreplaceable, such as Manu National Park in Peru, that should remain free of the Pandora’s box of disruption that roads bring.

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