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Working towards the furthering of this wild land, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Project is an attempt by concerned citizens and nature lovers to extend already existing protected lands into a connected corridor running all the way from the Everglades to the Florida-Georgia border. The effect of this corridor would be significant in providing uninterrupted habitat for Florida wildlife, including the elusive Florida Skunk Ape. Not to mention, it would link nearly all of Florida's major parks to the Appalachian mountains in an uninterrupted chain of wild life sanctuaries.
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As quoted from http://www.floridawildlifecorridor.org/: "The Florida Wildlife Corridor aims to protect and restore connected landscapes throughout the Florida Peninsula to create a viable corridor from the Everglades to Georgia. The corridor addresses the fragmentation of natural landscapes and watersheds from the Everglades ecosystem north."
It seems to me this wild life corridor, that already partially exists, is a perfect route for an undiscovered species to move around the state while remaining far from curious eyes in the urban centers. Could this protected "highway" be the key to locating and gathering evidence supporting the existence of an undiscovered North America Great Ape? I suppose only time will tell. Until then we'll have to rely on the efforts of dedicated squatchers giving their time and resources towards the furthering of bigfoot research.
As always, thanks for reading! I hope you found this article informative, and please help support the Florida Wildlife Corridor Project realize their objective of unifying protected lands in this great state.